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  • r  in an uncalled-for manner
    he insulted us gratuitously

  • Watt's trouble was that he tended to go too far, gratuitously provoking environmentalists and a wary public.
  • He gratuitously offered political intelligence to Presidents Dwight Eisenhower and Harry Truman, but both seemed unimpressed.
  • Aaron McKinney and Russell Henderson were not satisfying some animalistic sexual impulse, they were bullies who gratuitously killed someone out of hate for being different than .
News & Articles

  • With McCrory, cooler heads don’t prevail
    At times of great tumult, great leaders lead, not gratuitously make things more tumultuous.
    June 11, 2013 - The Charlotte Observer
  • 'Internship': Not That Funny
    Not since the odd 1988 boy-meets-alien flop “Mac and Me” has there been a film as egregiously built around product placement as “The Internship.” While “Mac and Me” gratuitously gobbled up McDonalds, it wasn’t actually about the golden arches.
    June 6, 2013 - Fox News

  • John Howard in Reuters UK
    The choice of such artwork is gratuitously offensive to the religious beliefs of many Australians,Australian Prime Minister John Howard told Thursday's Daily Telegraph newspaper.
  • John-Paul Langbroek in Melbourne Herald Sun
    In question time, Opposition Leader John-Paul Langbroek asked what was more important to Ms Bligh - restoring Queensland's credit rating or "a gratuitously political stunt".
  • Peter Tatchell in Metro
    The remarks by BBC Radio 5 presenter DJ Spoony and straight US porn actor Ron Jeremy were gratuitously sexist and homophobic,Mr Tatchell said. "The BBC should have never broadcast them. A public apology is due from the BBC."

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