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undue

adjective un·due \-ˈdü, -ˈdyü\

: more than is reasonable or necessary

Full Definition of UNDUE

1
:  not due :  not yet payable
2
:  exceeding or violating propriety or fitness :  excessive <undue force>

Examples of UNDUE

  1. These requirements shouldn't cause you any undue hardship.
  2. His writing is elegant without calling undue attention to itself.

First Known Use of UNDUE

14th century

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