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unjustifiably

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  • r  without any excuse
    he is unjustifiably harsh on her

  • When a company's stock gets beaten down in the market, its CEO often clamors about how short sellers and unjustifiably negative market sentiment are to blame.
  • The report suggests that Administration claims of an Iran threat have been unjustifiably inflated, echoing the prewar discussion of Iraq.
  • He urged "radical improvement in planning" to eliminate the "unjustifiably thin spreading of resources.
News & Articles

  • Ex-deputy guilty in assault
    According to the release, the inmate, who is not named in the statement, created a verbal disturbance during a court appearance on June 12, 2012. After removing the inmate from the courtroom, Lassiter “repeatedly and unjustifiably” punched the inmate in the face and body.
    June 12, 2013 - The Daily Advance
Quotes

  • Viviane Reding in Reuters UK
    Using your mobile phone abroad in the EU should not cost unjustifiably more than at home, whether for making calls, sending texts or surfing the Web,Reding told reporters.
  • Somnath Chatterjee in Times of India
    Hinting at his dilemma between the party's demand and his sense of duty, Chatterjee said, "After weighing the pros and cons, I have consciously taken the principled decision to uphold the Constitution of India at the risk of being unjustifiably...
  • Mark Saville, Baron Saville of Newdigate in The Guardian
    Saville also concluded that General Ford "neither knew nor had reason to know at any stage that his decision would or was likely to result in soldiers firing unjustifiably on that day."

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