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Synonyms for unfoundedly

without basis or foundation in fact

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Despite IAEA's ruling that Iran has a right to use nuclear technology for peaceful purposes, the United States, Israel, and some of their allies, unfoundedly attempt to impose illegal sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
The President noted in his motives for the veto that the requirements for granting permanent residency status were unfoundedly high and complicated, along with the conditions to grant Bulgarian citizenship binding them with substantial investment amounts.
While members state of AU respected the decision of the AU not to cooperate with ICC in apprehending and arresting Sudanese President over crimes committed in Darfur, the Sudanese Foreign Ministers has unfoundedly challenged the decisions of the very African institution that protects his President.
That is, those calling for a strategic actor Europe or a Europe capable of global (hard-power) leverage are unfoundedly optimistic, or misguided about its potential.
Western countries unfoundedly claim Iran is trying to acquire the ability to produce nuclear weapons.
Years after his first essay on Pirandello, Tilgher would haughtily--and unfoundedly, as Mariani demonstrated--lay claim to the intellectual property of the vita and forma conceptualization, indicating that his analysis went beyond its original purpose and opened up more problems than the ones it might have clarified:
No criminal accusations have ever been brought against me; however, Laurinkus' secret certificate presented to Seimas unfoundedly accused me of all possible transgressions.
An act is committed out of negligence when the offender: a) foresaw the outcome of his/her act, but did not accept it, because he/she unfoundedly deemed it unlikely to take place; or b) did not foresee the outcome of his/her act, although he/she ought and would have been able to (Art.
Especially in his discussion of the otherwise completely unknown topic of Buddhism's rise after its post-Pala decline in the 11-12th centuries, we find not only historically unverifiable 'facts' but a wholesale adoption of spurious accounts transmitted to him by what I refer to as Indian 'semi-siddhas.' Much of what purports to be an accurate summary of India's Buddhist history is in fact a wildly inaccurate and at other times, quite unfoundedly speculative in nature.
Those who do accuse people of racism wildly and unfoundedly are playing into the hands of those people who really are racists and the far right, who know full well that there will always be some people who will make the mistake of accusing persons of racism without properly being able to substantiate it.
They unfoundedly accused us of this heist as well but we did not commit it."
The party says in a statement that the only Macedonian mayor in Albania and fighter for human rights has been held for 60 days unfoundedly and in extremely bad conditions.
They didn't commit what they have been unfoundedly accused of ...
Apparently Janeva didn't like this decision and attacked Basevska before the media and the whole public accusing her of delaying the trial deliberately and unfoundedly.