Thesaurus / unmerited
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The young chieftain deigned no answer to the unmerited reproach, but at once put his men in motion to join the encounter.

The influence of Mars, so fatal to millions of his fellow beings, had brought him marvellous, unmerited good fortune.

What Timmy DidMarie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes

But there exists a class of keepers of a very different order, who have done much to bring sport itself into unmerited odium.

The Gamekeeper at HomeRichard Jefferies

An outcast, by deformity, from the common race of man, and trodden down in soul by unmerited contumely or hate.

If we have earned the right to eat this bread, happy are we, but if unmerited Thy blessings come, may we more faithful be!

Pemrose Lorry, Camp Fire GirlIsabel Katherine Hornibrook

The superstition or policy of Sixtus stamped with unmerited importance certain quasi-supernatural incidents attending his birth.

He regarded them now with unmerited contempt, and slapped them in some indignation, with the supple willow wand.

PerlycrossR. D. Blackmore

“Better forget all about it, Bobolink,” he told the other, who was still fretting under the unmerited charge.

With this piece of unmerited kindness Jacko seemed touched, for he said, “Oo-oo—oo-oo—ooee-ee!”

The Red EricR.M. Ballantyne

Hutton answered Kirwan's attacks with great warmth, and with the indignation justly excited by unmerited reproach.

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