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unwarranted
Definition:
Not authorized; not assured or certain; not guaranteed.

Synonyms:

adjective
baseless
flimsy, reasonless, unconfirmed, uncorroborated, unsubstantiated, unsupported, untenable, unwarranted, Foundationless, ungrounded.
exorbitant
dear, enormous, exacting, expensive, extortionate, extreme, high, immoderate, inordinate, out of sight, outrageous, overboard, overmuch, preposterous, pricey, towering, wasteful, Absonant, highway robbery, up to here, over one's head, steep*, stiff*.
gratuitous
assumed, causeless, inessential, needless, supererogatory, superfluous, unessential, unmerited, unsupportable, wanton.
groundless
chimerical, empty, false, idle, illogical, illusory, imaginary, unauthorized.
illegal
actionable, banned, bootleg, contraband, criminal, crooked, extralegal, felonious, forbidden, illegal, illegitimate, illicit, irregular, lawless, outlawed, prohibited, proscribed, racket, shady, smuggled, taboo, unconstitutional, unlawful, unlicensed, unofficial, verboten, wildcat, wrongful, Interdicted, Violating, sub rosa, Prosecutable, not approved, not legal, outside the law, black-market, under the table, heavy*, hot*, unwarrantable.
immoderate
egregious, exaggerated, exorbitant, extravagant, intemperate, profligate, steep, unbalanced, unbridled, uncontrolled, unmeasurable, unrestrained, Dizzying, overindulgent, too-too, too much*.
improper
abnormal, at odds, awkward, discordant, discrepant, erroneous, ill-advised, ill-timed, imprudent, inaccurate, inadmissible, inadvisable, inapplicable, inapposite, inappropriate, inapt, incongruous, incorrect, inexpedient, infelicitous, inharmonious, inopportune, ludicrous, malapropos, odd, off-base, unbefitting, uncomely, unfit, unfitting, unseasonable, unsuitable, unsuited, untimely, Unapt, illtimed, out-of-place, out-of-season, bad form, ill timed.
inappropriate
untoward.
inordinate
disproportionate, irrational, surplus, too much, uncurbed, untempered.
misguided
bearded, confused, foolish, indiscreet, injudicious, misplaced, mistaken, unwise, Deceived, Misled, stonewalled, bum-steer, disinformed, faked-out, led up the garden path, uncalled for, faked out.
uncalled-for
unwelcome, uncalled for, Non-essential, not required.
undeserved
unearned.
undue
undeserved, too great.
unearned
not deserved, not earned, not merited, not warranted.
unfounded
mendacious, unproven, without basis, without foundation.
unjust
unfair, wrong.
unnecessary
uncalled-for.
unwarranted
baseless, bottomless, gratuitous, groundless, indefensible, inexcusable, uncalled-for, unconscionable, undue, unfair, unfounded, unjust, unjustifiable, unjustified, unprovoked, unreasonable, unwarrantable, wrong, Foundationless, ungrounded.
noun
unfair
arbitrary, biased, one-sided, partial, unequal, unjust, wrongful.
unwarranted
baseless, groundless, idle, indefensible, inexcusable, insupportable, undue, unfounded, unjustifiable, unjustified, unreasonable, unsupported, unwarrantable.
Examples of usage:
  1. An', doc', here, he says thet his bill for this visit is a unwarranted extravagance 'cause they ain't a thing I need but to start on the downward way thet leads to ruin. – Sonny, A Christmas Guest by Ruth McEnery Stuart
  2. " I do not wish to be unnecessarily harsh," said Mr. Clavering, " and what I say to you now I say to you not as my curate, but as to a most unwarranted suitor for my daughter's hand. – The Claverings by Anthony Trollope
  3. She felt that Irene's interference in a matter that was purely personal was unwarranted as it was intolerable. – The Madigans by Miriam Michelson
  4. Goodness, long- suffering, forbearance, and gentleness: these were exhibited in her life to a degree which after ages refused to believe possible under paganism; which goes to show that the idea that the noblest graces of character could not ripen previous to the present era is an unwarranted assumption. – Roman Women Woman: In All Ages and in All Countries, Volume 2 (of 10) by Alfred Brittain
  5. " College- East- home 'fore long-" Might it not form a link between this new and that old- a peculiar sort of link- as peculiar as this sudden, unwarranted interest in this girl? – "I Conquered" by Harold Titus

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