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  • s  without a basis in reason or fact
    unfounded suspicions

  • Their fears proved unfounded and opened a whole new market of home entertainment profits for Hollywood, paving the way for DVDs and movie and TV downloads.
  • By 1953, the CIA concluded that its worries were unfounded; still the research continued, despite some official misgivings.
  • Gay people were "often generous and giving of themselves," said the Vatican, and the notion that gays could not lead celibate lives was an "unfounded and demeaning assumption.
News & Articles

  • Allegation Made Against St. Clair Mayor
    An unfounded allegation has been made against St. Clair Mayor Ron Blum regarding personal property taxes that he has been accused of not paying.
    June 12, 2013 - The Missourian
  • Are You a Cyberchondriac?
    We get most of our information online these days, but what about a medical diagnosis. Doctors are seeing more of what they call "cyberchondria".  It's known as the unfounded escalation of health concerns
    June 12, 2013 - KVLY - KXJB Fargo
  • Grand jury: Mendocino County jail food just fine
    Says complaints about starvation' diets unfounded Ukiah Daily Journal The grand jury gave the Mendocino County Jail and the Juvenile Hall rave reviews on the nutrition it serves up to inmates in a report it recently released, titled "Inmate nutrition.
    June 11, 2013 - The Ukiah Daily Journal
Quotes

  • Tiger Wood in Sydney Morning Herald
    Although I understand there is curiosity, the many false, unfounded and malicious rumours that are currently circulating about my family and me are irresponsible,the golfer said.
  • Bruce Springsteen in WNBC
    Due to the unfounded and ugly rumors that have appeared in the papers over the last few days, I felt they shouldn't pass without comment,Springsteen wrote on his site. "Patti and I have been together for 18 years -- the best 18 years of my...
  • Henry Waxman in Newsweek
    This unfounded assertion of executive privilege does not protect a principle; it protects a person,Waxman said. "If the vice president did nothing wrong, what is there to hide?"

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