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Correct spelling:
Without foundation; unfounded; groundless.


unfounded, groundless, wild, unwarranted, idle, baseless.
Foundationless, unsupported.
Non-existent, passed on, without foundation, hypothetical, few and far between, passed away, Gossamery, Perished.
mendacious, without basis, off-base, unproven.
unjustifiable, unwarrantable, unwarranted.
without substantiation
flimsy, ungrounded, gratuitous, unjustifiable, unsubstantiated, unwarranted, groundless, Foundationless, reasonless, untenable, unsupported, unjustified, bottomless, unfounded, unconfirmed, uncorroborated.
idle, unwarranted, unfounded, unsupported, groundless.
Examples of usage:
  1. To- day, however, there were reasons enough for thinking this no mere baseless superstition. – The Captives by Hugh Walpole
  2. When all belief was shaken down in his shallow and somewhat feeble understanding, the structure of his moral convictions was but a baseless fabric. – Julian Home by Dean Frederic W. Farrar
  3. Rumor declared that he was suffering from mental decay, due to his age, but McKinley believed the rumor to be baseless, summoned him to the cabinet, and Hanna was subsequently appointed to the Senate. – The United States Since The Civil War by Charles Ramsdell Lingley
  4. Again and again the Clarion denounced Bruce's charge as merely the words of a demagogue, a yellow journalist- merely the irresponsible and baseless calumny so common in campaigns. – Counsel for the Defense by Leroy Scott
  5. There is hardly a servant- maid in these days who is not better informed than Miss Nancy; yet she had the essential attributes of a lady- high veracity, delicate honour in her dealings, deference to others, and refined personal habits,- and lest these should not suffice to convince grammatical fair ones that her feelings can at all resemble theirs, I will add that she was slightly proud and exacting, and as constant in her affection towards a baseless opinion as towards an erring lover. – Silas Marner The Weaver of Raveloe by George Eliot