Definitions

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  • adv. Without justification; in an unjustified manner.

Etymologies

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unjustified +‎ -ly

Examples

  • According to the court, the Czech authorities in 1996-1998 unjustifiedly sent 18 Romany kids to special schools for children with learning problems arising from light mental defects.

    Prague Monitor

  • If Obama chooses a woman, folks will say (not unjustifiedly) that the men on the list were among the ringers and wouldn’t have actually been chosen.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Short List

  • If Obama chooses a woman, folks will say not unjustifiedly that the men on the list were among the ringers and wouldn’t have actually been chosen.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Short List

  • Just to summarize the MWDEU argument, alright has appeared many times in print, and would appear more often were it not for the fervor with which editors unjustifiedly lop it out of their authors’ manuscripts.

    2007 October « Motivated Grammar

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