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Definition of Unwarranted

  • Not warranted; being without warrant, authority, or guaranty; unwarrantable.

How to use unwarranted in a sentence. Unwarranted pronunciation.

The only foundation for such an idea to found in the Bible is contained in the head note to Mark xv, which is quite unwarranted by the text.
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And all errands will be unwarranted to-day,' he said as he hurried along the shore, thinking of the different paths round the rocks and through the blackthorn-bushes.
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I refer to the many invasions of privacy, unwarranted searches, etc.
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But, during the whole of her recital, she could not rid herself of the apprehension that he was thinking her interference unwarranted, her coming an indelicate repetition of the other visit.
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Such a conclusion seems to be unwarranted by the facts in the case.
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Subsequent to his last talk with Dreux he had thought a good deal about that proffered loan and had come to regard Bernie's refusal as unwarranted.
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Never before had their flanks received a more unwarranted stroke of the lash.
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In that telegram Murphy had mentioned his suspicions and hinted at unwarranted risks and the possibility of the circumstances attending the delivery of his cargo forcing his resignation.
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This caution, undoubtedly applies to _all_ who discuss theological questions; but we think that we shall not be making an unwarranted assertion, if we say that it applies in a special manner to those who _impugn_ the Bible revelation, when it is remembered that the doctrines contained in it, as they have generally been received by those who are called orthodox Christians, are of such a kind as very commonly to excite, in the first instance at least, a strong feeling of opposition.
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The softened light of the dome of the rotunda, where the Kansas motto, "_Ad Astra per Aspera_." adorned the stained glass panes, had never fallen on such a scene as this. "See here, Burleigh, you'll repent this unwarranted attack," Burgess cried, trying to free himself.
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Lincoln "got even" with the Illinois Central Railroad Company, in 1855, in a most substantial way, at the same time secured sweet revenge for an insult, unwarranted in every way, put upon him by one of the officials of that corporation.
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One day, when President Lincoln was alone and busily engaged on an important subject, involving vexation and anxiety, he was disturbed by the unwarranted intrusion of three men, who, without apology, proceeded to lay their claim before him.
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That some unwarranted conclusions have at times been announced is true; but the fact remains that again and again rude pottery and other evidences of early stages of civilization have been found in borings at places so distant from each other, and at depths so great, that for such a range of concurring facts, considered in connection with the rate of earthy deposit by the Nile, there is no adequate explanation save the existence of man in that valley thousands on thousands of years before the longest time admitted by our sacred chronologists.
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The engravings in the later volume of his great work, showing what he thought to be human features and inscriptions upon some of the flint implements, are worthy of a comic almanac; and at the National Museum of Archaeology at St. Germain, beneath the shelves bearing the remains which he discovered, which mark the beginning of a new epoch in science, are drawers containing specimens hardly worthy of a penny museum, but from which he drew the most unwarranted inferences as to the language, religion, and usages of prehistoric man.
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Mark Twain once said of his mother: "Kind-hearted and compassionate as she was, I think she was not conscious that slavery was a bald, grotesque, and unwarranted usurpation.
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Both he and the coroner afterwards, who found the immediate cause to be heart-failure, held that such a supposition was unwarranted by facts.
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It was not altogether unwarranted.
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The wages were sufficient and the strike unwarranted!
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And here, in the fourth year of his exile, he found himself in company- -which were to travesty the word-with a morose and speechless creature in whose sombre eyes smouldered a hatred as bitter as it was unwarranted.
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Much has been written that is both unwarranted and unkind.
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Examples of Unwarranted

Example #1
According to the three synoptic gospels the cross was borne not by Christ, but by Simon, a Cyrenian (see Matthew xxvii, 32; Mark xv, 2 1; Luke xxiii, 26).
Example #2
There is absolutely no warrant in scripture for the notion that Christ fainted under the burden of the cross.
Example #3
His mind was on the big wood; there he could baffle anybody following him, for while his pursuer would be going round one way he would be coming back the other.
Example #4
But it would be lonely in the big wood; and as he hurried down the old cart-track he thought how he might while away an hour among the ferns in the little spare fields at the end of the plantation, watching the sunset, for hours would have to pass before the moon rose, and the time would pass slowly under the melancholy hazel-thickets into which the sun had not looked for thousands of years.
Example #5
There is another aspect of the enforcement of the law which invites comment, but upon which I shall say only a few words.
Example #6
What can that moral sanction possibly amount to when the administration of the law itself furnishes the most notorious of all examples of disrespect for its commands?