[ UK /ʌndjˈuːli/ ]
[ US /ənˈduɫi/ ]
  1. to an undue degree
    she was unduly pessimistic about her future
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How To Use unduly In A Sentence

  • Youth is unduly busy with pampering the outer person. Horace 
  • It suggests that the existing regime contains aspects which unduly deter investment.
  • Negotiations, then, must not be unduly hurried while the veldt was a bare russet-coloured dust-swept plain. The War in South Africa Its Cause and Conduct
  • The principle thus given is of great importance and ought not, in my opinion, to be unduly fettered or restricted.
  • We conclude that it is still possible that our current understanding of planetary systems is unduly coloured by our intimate knowledge of our own solar system.
  • Minor modifications to the route will be necessary, but they are not expected to delay the planning process unduly.
  • The latest draft agreement was unduly complicated and legalistic.
  • My purpose is to show that poverty and misfortune make no invidious distinctions of “race, color, or previous condition,” but that wealth unduly centralized oppresses all alike; therefore, that the labor elements of the whole United States should sympathize with the same elements in the South, and in some favorable contingency effect some unity of organization and action, which shall subserve the common interest of the common class. Black and White
  • And although Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton yesterday blamed regulatory issues for the collapse of the deal, insiders have suggested that further improvements in the economic climate - and in Rio's financial position - since the scheme was proposed left Rio management feeling the terms unduly favoured BHP. The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • Not trying to demonize him or - as some have done - poeticize him, he gives us a common but not unduly vulgar man, with brightness and obtuseness intermingled.
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