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  • EN [ ʌnˈwɒrəntɪd]
  • US [ ʌnˈwɔrəntɪd]

English definition


  • 1. incapable of being justified or explained

  • 2. without a basis in reason or fact;

    • "baseless gossip"
    • "the allegations proved groundless"
    • "idle fears"
    • "unfounded suspicions"
    • "unwarranted jealousy"
  • 3. lacking justification or authorization;

    • "unreasonable searches and seizures"
    • "desire for undue private profit"
    • "unwarranted limitations of personal freedom"

Example sentences

  • Jeff: I hope that it is an unwarranted anxiety.

  • The first sign that you're successfully breaking out of mediocrity is feeling unwarranted fear.

  • He thought that the Army's arbitrary rejection of the people was unwarranted.

  • But he said in all seriousness that such fears were unwarranted.

  • Cunning and vicious people often come to the shop to provoke unwarranted trouble.

  • Such actions betray an unwarranted nervousness about market movements.

  • Unwarranted by the facts to the extent that the facts can be reviewed by the court.

  • We believe that your clients will find the improved packing satisfactory and your fears unwarranted.

  • The Court's statute ensures against unwarranted prosecutions.

  • The US Government persecuted him under the pretext of various unwarranted " charges.

  • A careful reading disclosed deficiencies in definitions and unwarranted assumptions.

  • Such strong criticism was completely unwarranted.

  • Given the way the rest of the books are written , this might be an unwarranted assumption.

  • Scientifically speaking, this is an unwarranted assumption.

  • His action was unwarranted, picayune, and vindictive.

  • Their concern seems to be unwarranted.

  • Chilling Effects aims to support lawful online activity against the chill of unwarranted legal threats.

  • Sir, this is an unwarranted invasion of my privacy!

  • I strongly resent such unwarranted aspersions.

  • Your assumption that I would agree was unwarranted.

  • Therefore, this argument is unwarranted without ruling out such possibility.

  • This accusation is unwarranted as well as unsupported in the author's argument.

  • I think it is a totally unwarranted waste of public money.

  • However, we argue that these concerns are unwarranted in the next 12 months.

  • That is why traditional allergists believe that all the brouhaha over food allergies is unwarranted.

  • We put up with unwarranted criticism, we passively submit to requests rather than assert our needs.

  • He accused the police of using unwarranted brutality.

  • Much of the criticism was totally unwarranted.

  • Any attempt to discuss the issue of human rights was rejected as an unwarranted interference in the country's internal affairs.


Meaning of unwarranted

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  • A woman walks into a pet shop and sees a cute little dog. She asks the shopkeeper, "Does your dog bite?"
  • The shopkeeper says, "No, my dog does not bit."
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