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He still saw nothing of undue concern, according to those involved.

Beth Milito, the group’s senior executive counsel, said that while small-business owners have been “highly sensitive” to their workers’ needs during the pandemic, mandating paid sick days and extended leave puts an undue burden on them.

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The firm said it will now notify customers and issue credits for undue fees.

The Glass-Steagall and BHC acts separated banking from commerce to prevent undue concentrations of financial and economic power and to minimize conflicts of interest in bank lending and investment advice.

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We’re talking about the kinds of information that can potentially cause people to take on undue risk.

Ryan did not go into detail on what an “undue burden” would be.

Critics contend that bundlers have undue influence over politicians.

But a seemingly undue reliance on stop-and-frisk in particular caused tensions in minority neighborhoods.

Are there other areas of American life that may be creating undue strain on the health care system?

Placing an undue emphasis on our ‘separateness’ is a step backward.

In writing K. I try to convey the truth in terms which will neither give him needless anxiety or undue confidence.

Reasonable facilities for receiving and forwarding traffic The subject of undue preference, which was forbiddenp.

If she ignored his note it would give undue importance to a trivial affair.

He saw the sudden change in her, and realised what a supreme effort she was making to betray no undue alarm.

He had no undue trial of his patience, for a moment later the editor of the Mercury bustled into the room.


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On this page you'll find 79 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to undue, such as: disproportionate, extreme, improper, inappropriate, inordinate, and needless.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.