View definitions for unjustifiably


adverb as in without basis

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Example Sentences

While it was a very long process, it was not an unjustifiably long process.

A fortune's on the table when people are unjustifiably scared and told their only option is to buy gold and prepare for doomsday.

No longer could Netanyahu claim that the entire world is unjustifiably against Israel.

As for federal loans, they are offered at unjustifiably high interest rates—far above those at which the government borrows money.

Perhaps more disconcertingly, the defense complains that simply meeting with Manning is unjustifiably difficult.

Perhaps this self-condemnation was not quite reasonable, for Mrs. Codling provoked Wanless most unjustifiably.

I may have been wrong, or idly and unjustifiably curious, but I leaned over to hear what the lines might be.

And Buck Cowan himself came to feel quite unjustifiably a creator's pride in the car.

"I tell you she wanted to keep them," said Dale unjustifiably.

I must not reject the truth because another has unjustifiably adopted it.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unjustifiably, such as: unlawfully, wrongly, inexcusably, erroneously, groundlessly, and illegally.

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