unjustifiably

[ US /ˌənˌdʒəstɪˈfaɪəbɫi/ ]
[ UK /ʌnd‍ʒˈʌstɪfˌa‍ɪəbli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. without any excuse
    he is unjustifiably harsh on her
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How To Use unjustifiably In A Sentence

  • Dr. Mohan Raj, a veterinary scientist with the World Organization of Animal Health who specializes in stunning and slaughter methods, called the videotaped removal of eggs from live chickens by inserting hands into their vents "unjustifiably extreme cruelty. Denny's Dumps Supplier Following Graphic Video of Bird Abuse
  • Where a rule of English criminal law unjustifiably curtails a right conferred by Community law (such as the free movement of goods), the domestic law is disapplied and the defendant should not be convicted.
  • The press invade people's privacy unjustifiably every day.
  • The press invade people's privacy unfairly and unjustifiably every day.
  • Having said which, I am just as self-conscious about this sort of thing as the next person; and just as prone to making unjustifiably snotty comments as the next person to them.
  • The doubts so unjustifiably afflicting such people turn the seminar from farce to tragedy.
  • It pains us to be a subject of real calumny, unjustifiably so.
  • Second, it unjustifiably excludes Cuba without mentioning the general consensus that exists in the region to condemn the blockade .
  • This will simply stifle business activity and unjustifiably obstruct the free movement of people within the EU.
  • This will simply stifle business activity and unjustifiably obstruct the free movement of people within the European Union.
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