groundlessly


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Synonyms for groundlessly

without basis or foundation in fact

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He groundlessly insists on the dichotomy of necessity and freedom that has critical purchase only within the realm of thought.
Dubai: A lawyer argued that his client was groundlessly charged with killing a jaywalker, whom he blamed with committing suicide when she crossed the road with eyes closed after fighting with her boyfriend.
But that would make non-judgmentalism no more than a cultural prejudice--and no better than a cultural prejudice groundlessly asserting the superiority of the particular culture.
What a groundlessly convicted man, who had done his time for nothing, must have felt, can be sensed from one of his particularly sarcastic letters to Laasmae, where the underlined words give proof of his great bitterness.
The judgment confirmed that the country's international position, its integration and progress was groundlessly and without reciprocal reason subject to rough violation of the international law by its southern neighbor but also accepted by structures as the EU and NATO.
85) In spite of the flying tiles and pears, if we imagine that the players from Clerkenwell would only have been interested in getting their hands on Titus Andronicus, and that only because they'd over-ordered the balloons full of pig's blood, we will be groundlessly insulting the intelligence of the most avid playgoers of all time, and misunderstanding the plays they watched while we're at it.
Other cities vauS nt themselves shamelessly, sometimes gracelessly and groundlessly, to the skies.
Many species are groundlessly placed in the same genus.
groundlessly took issue with the DPRK's just nuclear activities for peaceful
permanence, exclusivity, monogamy) will increasingly be treated as optional at best, and groundlessly restrictive at worst--at great cost to children and society generally.
A LANDLADY locked a former barmaid in a cupboard to force a burglary confession from her Gossips had groundlessly pointed the finger of suspicion at Kayleigh Straker following the burglary at Deborah Walker's pub.
conveys a natural longing that does not have to be groundlessly optimistic.
The British side took an unfriendly step the other day, having groundlessly declared one of our colleagues in our embassy in London persona non grata," Russia's foreign ministry said in a statement on Wednesday.
Without evidence, we are left with arguments that fit particular ideological predilections--and that groundlessly discourage scholars from conversing with ostensibly hostile and monolithic disciplines.
On Sunday, Chinese state media accused Google Inc of pushing a political agenda by groundlessly accusing its government of supporting hacker attacks and by trying to export its own culture, values and ideas.