Definition of unwarrantedly in English:



See unwarranted

‘Article 9 of the election law stipulates that government officials shall not unwarrantedly influence elections or engage in acts that will influence election outcomes.’
  • ‘Some of the pieces illustrated were not Irish, and others were awarded unwarrantedly early dates, yet few if any outright fakes can be discerned from its pages.’
  • ‘Last month, a federal appeals court in California dramatically and unwarrantedly expanded the scope of the federal criminal law prohibiting "unauthorized access" to computers and electronic mail.’
  • ‘But Sabavala seemed unwarrantedly shaken by the controversy, and hurt by it.’
  • ‘If exclusivism is unwarrantedly dogmatic, inclusivism and pluralism are unacceptably indeterminate.’