Recent Examples of unwarranted from the Web
How the Trump administration has handled Puerto Rico and Whitefish — seeking credit for the recovery while deflecting blame, even when unwarranted — is potentially a prelude for how the president will handle even bigger external emergencies.
But Trump’s initial refusal to waive the Jones Act, though unwarranted, likely didn’t contribute to the inability to get food, clean water, shelter, and medical supplies to people who are suffering.
Finally, the judge found that punitive damages, which constituted the majority of the damages, were unwarranted.
Jerramy Fine, author of In Defense of the Princess, argues that the current attack on glitter and tiaras is unwarranted and that loving princesses and pink does not make a girl less powerful or strong.
The support Draeger has had from his family isn't unwarranted.
The stock drop Thursday is unwarranted because the patients who died were particularly unsuited to the drug, Skorney said, and future patients with other disease won’t be.
One of your book’s main points is that liberal outrage isn’t unwarranted, but that it’s being expressed in ways that are condescending as well as ineffective.
The investigators also wrote in court records that the charges against Martinez were unwarranted.
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First Known Use of unwarranted
Synonymsdispensable, gratuitous, inessential, needless, nonessential, uncalled-for, unessential, unnecessary
Antonymsessential, indispensable, necessary, needed, needful, required
Related Wordsdiscretionary, elective, optional; extra, extraneous, irrelative, irrelevant, redundant, superfluous
Near Antonymsall-important, crucial, important, vital; imperative, pressing, urgent
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