- adj. not justified
- adj. lacking justification or authorization
- un- + justified (Wiktionary)
“He condemned what he described as "unjustified and counterproductive" efforts by the government in Buenos Aires to disrupt shipping links to the islands.”
“Bondi has lashed out against what he called unjustified protests this week.”
“She said several orders of more than $100,000 were canceled due to what she described as unjustified fears that glassware isn't safe.”
“Consumer groups are lobbying Congress to include better protection for credit card holders, demanding legislation to prevent what they call unjustified interest charges and deceptive practices, especially in light of the massive financial bailout now being considered.”
“Iraqi leaders have objected to what they describe as unjustified threats by senior American officials about what would happen if the year ends without an agreement or a new mandate.”
“God does not allow a change of opinion (at least based on evidence), so, yeah, just say it, the Amish abuse their kids not because they deprive them of useful technology, but because they do so for irrational reasons, which, because it is irrational, results in unjustified harm.”
“What makes the attacks even more unjustified is that I have worked hard as your elected MP.”
“If you are worried about retention rates, then maybe you should take a look at what you are asking the troops to do – like fight in unjustified and unnecessary wars.”
“Not only is the clerk (and the window) equally harmed in all three cases, the attacks were equally deliberate and equally unjustified from a legal standpoint.”
“The group expects to unearth many more millions of dollars in unjustified spending favors for individual Congressmen when the flyspecking is done.”
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