unfounded

All Adjective
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  • The issue was brought to court, but the case was turned down as unfounded.
  • The right of visit is quite distinct from this, though the two are often unfounded. Cited from The Great Speeches and Orations of Daniel Webster
  • These reports are so base and so unfounded that I cannot believe they will be credited. Cited from Perley's Reminiscences, Vol. 1-2, by Benjamin Perley Poore
  • The whole thing is probably an unfounded story, although there is a sound moral to it. Cited from The Secret of the Tower, by Hope, Anthony
  • Sir, it will convince the southern people that all the things said about us are unfounded. Cited from Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate and Cabinet, Sherman
  • Though there were concerns about his size, it turned out these concerns were unfounded.
  • These fears proved unfounded and the unit has since returned to service.
  • No official notice of the matter has been given me, and I trust the report may be unfounded. Cited from The Citizen-Soldier, by John Beatty
  • Most of these accusations were unfounded and had very little evidence to support them.
  • The close connection between fear and desire is often shown in the unfounded fear of having committed a crime. Cited from Outwitting Our Nerves, by Josephine A. Jackson and Helen M. Salisbury
  • These claims being really unfounded must be placed beyond criticism. Cited from The Psychology of Nations, by G.E. Partridge
  • One passage may be given entire as completely refuting a charge so general, yet so unfounded. Cited from Literary Character of Men of Genius, by Isaac Disraeli
  • Although this proved to be unfounded, it resulted in a new investigation of the then cold case.
  • His fear was unfounded when the producers offered him the part.
  • The tradition, however unfounded, may serve as a guide to public opinion. Cited from The Awakening of China, by W.A.P. Martin
  • The truth is, however, that they are both well known to have been utterly unfounded in fact. Cited from Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 21, Editor: Charles F. Horne
  • The next couple of months were to prove that these hopes were unfounded.
  • This research shows not only is that belief unfounded, but it's wrong.
  • This, as we can see now very plainly, was an unfounded idea. Cited from Daniel Webster, by Henry Cabot Lodge
  • Since it removed all question of force being necessary to effect an arrest the belief cannot be said to have been unfounded.
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