uncalled-for


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Synonyms for uncalled-for

not required, necessary, or warranted by the circumstances of the case

Synonyms for uncalled-for

not required or requested

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unnecessary and unwarranted

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He said imposition of penalty was uncalled-for and not legally justified.
But a State Department official called Russia's action "a regrettable and uncalled-for act.
Leadership denounced authorities for uncalled-for night raids in Turk Wangam and Wheil in Shopian and said that Indian forces had turned occupied Kashmir into a battle field.
The executive department's so-called 'best legal mind,' Solicitor General Jose Calida, expressed the totally uncalled-for opinion that there was nothing 'unusual' about the speed with which the warrant of arrest was issued on Sen.
Good order has been kept for virtually the whole competition, with just the occasional uncalled-for interruption from the audience.
General Yacoub also said teams will be inspecting and patrolling markets to ensure there are no violations, and that uncalled-for price increases do not take place.
a aThis is why we urge everyone to act responsibly and avoid uncalled-for insinuations.
So many people get so totally discouraged and disgusted on account of heartless, unnecessary, and uncalled-for criticism on the part of holier-than-thou hypocrites.
Which meant, naturally enough, that it featured goosestepping Nazis and an excess of totally uncalled-for undressing and sexual innuendo.
Dear Coleen, Recently, my boyfriend left an uncalled-for comment on Facebook on a woman's picture that was referring to her behind.
While the locals are reportedly alleging that the firing was uncalled-for, the army are denying it tooth and nail.
As physical and hard-fought as the games were, I didn't see a single instance of anger at an opponent, woofing, uncalled-for hard foul or any other show of poor sportsmanship.
The comments berating social tenants are uncalled-for.
The global economy was under stress, and there was a"fresh, uncalled-for burden" on Asia, he said.
Elaine Edwards, UCAC's General Secretary said: "The fact members have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a strike shows they are united in their opinion that the Westminster Government's attack on public sector pensions is entirely uncalled-for and unfair.