unneeded

[ US /ənˈnidɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnnˈiːdɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not necessary
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How To Use unneeded In A Sentence

  • Once any part of the team feels left out, unwanted, unneeded or forgotten - watch out!
  • During starvation, in addition to lowering body temperature, thereby decreasing heat loss and energy needed to maintain a higher temperature, the organism destroys unessential functional capacity and unneeded tissue.
  • Critics blasted him for pouring taxpayer funds into badly managed banks and unneeded infrastructure projects.
  • It did not produce new concepts or frameworks, although it did prevent unneeded competition among essentially identical approaches bearing different names.
  • He pointed to officials in his district who spent millions on what he called an unneeded " Taj Mahal" administration building. News - latimes.com
  • All of them were just fine without me, so I felt unneeded, unloved, unwanted, and above all, a bit hungry.
  • Once an infertile woman has successfully birthed a child, then she and her partner may be asked to donate the unneeded embryos for research.
  • The bank, which like Fifth Third struggled during the crisis under real-estate loan losses, released $65 million in unneeded reserves. Regional Banks See Improved Earnings
  • Look for all sorts of unneeded dialogue in that scene.
  • I blamed him for all of the unwanted, unneeded and unrequited love that he forced me to feel.
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