Examples of unduly in a Sentence
taxes that unduly burden homeowners
The punishment was unduly harsh.
Recent Examples of unduly from the Web
The justices have affirmed that right over the years, ruling that government may not unduly burden women seeking to exercise their rights.
Republicans have long argued that the program unduly stresses state budgets, underpays providers and limits patients’ options.
Worse, the Trump administration’s first forays into welfare policy, such as approving plans by Wisconsin and other states to drug test food-stamp recipients, have seemed unduly punitive.
Andersen is unduly harsh toward the harebrained idealists of the ’60s, perhaps overreacting to his own youthful gullibility.
If Farrell’s character in The Lobster was somewhat of a loser, his character here is more of a fatheaded elitist, unable to admit his own faults and unduly proud of his achievements.
The various modes do little to affect chassis response, although Dynamic adds a welcome measure of tautness to the steering without unduly raising efforts.
During good times, fiscal restraint makes room for mining to boom without unduly squeezing the rest of the economy.
Some at Thursday’s hearing argued that Map G has a mysterious origin unduly influenced by the school board.
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First Known Use of unduly
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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