Examples of unfounded in a Sentence
the accusation proved to be unfounded
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Then in May, Trump formed the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity to both investigate his unfounded claims and, more likely, advance a radical agenda of voting rights restrictions.
The Redstone locked down was blamed on two 911 calls reporting an active shooter; Browns Ferry officials said the reports of the suspicious person were unfounded.
Trump is reportedly concerned about sparking protests, which is not an unfounded fear, considering that on the day after his inauguration,100,000 people turned out for the London Women’s March.
Perry also has a long history of unfounded climate change doubt.
Happily, fears that Smith might have suffered a stroke proved unfounded.
Keeping Calm There’s speculation among analysts of regime change, though no sign that the emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, is about to yield to claims his government says are unfounded.
The gunman was caught in 85 seconds, but unfounded fears of additional shooters sent 12,000 travelers stampeding through doors onto sidewalks and the tarmac, where they were stranded for hours with little food or water.
The speculation, however, seems to be unfounded: Grande has been showing off a similar ring on her social media for months.
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Definition of unfounded for English Language Learners
: not based on facts or proof
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