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- adv. In an undeserved manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without desert, either good or evil; contrary to desert or what is merited.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unmerited manner
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The one who's enjoyed the most success, and not undeservedly, is Stewart, whose rhythm is strictly follow-the-bouncing-ball, but who could give most of the new jazz singers I've heard lessons in how to put a song across.
The value of EMC's core business appears to be shrinking "undeservedly," according to Goldman Sachs.
As a character in an undeservedly little-seen Irish film from early this year, "A Film With Me In It," notes at one point, "It's not a lie - it's the new truth."
This bailout complaint by the occupiers is also inconsistent with the succeeding complaint that organized labour is under siege from the U.S. government, which is in fact grovelling to it, completely undeservedly.
I was its reviewer a number of times during my stint at Tangent Online, and I always thought it was the sort of well-done magazine that undeservedly went unnoticed.
•Paul Panesar, president of Coleman University in San Diego, said the data cast his institution in an "undeservedly bad light."
Inglourious Basterds is another example of a good movie being undeservedly elevated to greatness because of one name attached to the credits.
On one side of this conflict you have undeservedly rich bankers.
Because according to some, parents – which is to say, mothers – get undeservedly good press.
He was convinced that “it would give pleasure to the governor to hear that I was involved in trouble, however undeservedly, such are his dispositions to me.”