gratuitous[ gruh-too-i-tuhs, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF gratuitous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRATUITOUS
The attack must have all the shocking senselessness of gratuitous blasphemy.
He scorned a dedication, that misnomer for gratuitous advertising.
Arthur, I need not ask if you are innocent; it would be a gratuitous insult to you.
Apparently, Mr. Galloway did not like this gratuitous suggestion.
That act, according to the canons of the church, must be gratuitous.
But the expectation was gratuitous and the disappointment imaginary.
I was in a too idle mood to imagine such a gratuitous barbarity.
His chief diversion these days was in gratuitous appearances.
I was in too idle a mood to imagine such a gratuitous barbarity.
It was considered a gratuitous interference with a person's freewill.