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Synonyms for baseless

Synonyms for baseless

having no basis or foundation in fact

Synonyms for baseless

without a basis in reason or fact

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Even worse, he has been less than forthcoming about himself and has baselessly targeted Mr.
Instead, traditional politicians very often baselessly blame Brussels' regulations and directives for their own mistakes failing to explain dynamic rules of the EU governance.
He was baselessly accused of rape after the United party two years ago and forced to endure all the accompanying publicity until his name was cleared.
The village elder was instructed to use proper legal channels to investigate the theft, and not to baselessly accuse Pelageia and her sister in law, "because she was not caught doing it, and there is no clear proof.
Thaksin, who is now out of power, (with) no sense of guilt and from afar, is baselessly blaming us, as he always did at the cost of others to win his endless conflict-of-interest nature,'' said the statement issued by PULO's foreign affairs chief Kasturi Mahkota.
If at times vague or baselessly optimistic or even curiously prophetic, Hardt and Negri nevertheless wanted to restore the legitimacy of popular, from-the-bottom-up social movements.
Starboard also baselessly attempts to impugn the integrity of AOL's CEO by suggesting that Mr.
Security officials are baselessly accused of sexually abusing and torturing detainees and prisoners.
Pakistan has baselessly been charged with recent attacks in Kabul.
However, Larijani called it a US strategy to baselessly blame Iran to hide its internal problems.
He said that Osama Bin Ladin was not our national hero and criticized India, Israel and other countries who, he added, were baselessly blaming the security agencies and army for the Abbottabad incident.
if it were not made "corruptly or irrationally or baselessly.
the defendants were baselessly and unfoundedly linked to the murder.
Fernandes, former vice chairman of Electronic Data Systems Corporation and the latest candidate on the company's slate of director nominees to be baselessly targeted by Greg Meyer, who is pursuing an ill-conceived proxy contest to get himself elected to the Blockbuster Board.
Kakavand said, "The Americans are trying to conceal their political defeats by accusing ordinary Iranian citizens baselessly, hoping to disturb the cooperation of the foreign business partners of Iranian merchants, which is, of course, a defeated policy.