Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality of being baseless, or without foundation; groundlessness.

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  • noun The state or quality of being baseless.

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  • A: Hard to make an argument of objective baselessness, but clearer rules would help, and would also help respond to C&D letters briefly.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • This baselessness is, of course, one of the main reasons that the charge is so incendiary.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • I was just struck by the baselessness of Greg's premise, and weary from the 100 scroll-downs on this water-thin topic.

    Obama Doesn't "Take Fox On," After All

  • At the point where the medical profession started to back off on promoting circumcision (because of the baselessness of the initial reasons) they did little or nothing to put an end to the practice (like refusing to perform unnecessary surgery) let alone encourage and facilitate informed consent.

    First the Bagel, Now the Mohel - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • I have already realized the baselessness and vacuity of my fears.

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  • And if so, was not that a proof of its baselessness?

    The Mystery of Edwin Drood

  • The similarity of these statements to those sometimes made today with reference to the Amazon forest is evident, as is the irony of their baselessness.

    Deforestation in Amazonia

  • Schroeder Van der Kolk, and Vrolik (whom Professor Owen incautiously tried to press into his own service) on the Continent, all these able and conscientious observers have with one accord testified to the accuracy of my statements, and to the utter baselessness of the assertions of Professor Owen.

    Essays

  • Those facts only further undescore the baselessness and pure malice driving the attempt to equate opposition to their agenda with "anti-semitism." posted by Glenn Greenwald | 9:54 AM

    Enforced orthodoxies and Iran

  • Those facts only further undescore the baselessness and pure malice driving the attempt to equate opposition to their agenda with "anti-semitism." posted by Glenn Greenwald | 9:54 AM links to this post

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