Examples of unduly in a Sentence
taxes that unduly burden homeowners
The punishment was unduly harsh.
Recent Examples of unduly from the Web
Quinones stressed that the county intends to give vendors a shot at the contract, and wants to avoid unduly favoring one company over the other.
The legislation is designed to toughen the Sunshine Act, which was created in response to concerns that industry payments were unduly influencing medical research and practice.
And a suspicion that Mr Pompeo is unduly keen to stay tight with the president suggests only Mr Bolton might be up to it.
Obama used his power to pardon and more often undo harsh sentences, particularly for drug crimes, which have unduly affected African-Americans.
The tapes were uncovered as part of an outside investigation into whether the council members tried to unduly influence Keimach.
The justices will rule later this year on the constitutionality of district boundaries that appear to unduly favor the party that drew them.
Additionally, the bill stipulates that check-cashing businesses examine whether the fees are unduly burdensome to minority groups like people of color and the elderly, who tend to rely on these services the most.
No one was eager to tarnish unduly the memory of poor Harding, a devoted golfer with fair hair, a poor diet, and a penchant for getting tangled up in extramarital affairs, who in the end was considered sadly incapable of fulfilling his office.
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astronomically, considerably, eminently, especially, exceedingly (also exceeding), exceptionally, extra, extremely, greatly, highly, hugely, incredibly, mightily, remarkably, significantly, substantially, super, terribly, very;
to a fault, to death, with a vengeance;
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Definition of unduly for English Language Learners
: to an extreme, unreasonable, or unnecessary degree
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