- adj.无事实根据的; 无基础的; 未建立的; 未确定的;
Her trust in him was unfounded.
However, these fears proved unfounded.
The allegations were totally unfounded.
There were unfounded rumours of alcohol abuse.
Your report last week was unfair. It was based upon wholly unfounded and totally unjustified allegations.
They have been reluctant to admit AIDS patients, in part because of unfounded fears of contagion.
There are still some unfounded fears floating around out there about cancer being contagious.
We hold that their proposal is unfounded.
Avoid making intuitively obvious but unfounded assertions.
The rumour was unfounded.
The charge was quite unfounded.
Archer had left her with the conviction that Count Olenski's accusation was not unfounded.
This saying is completely unfounded.
His claim of Hester's historical existence is entirely unfounded.
And it turned out to be another unfounded worry.
The assumption that robots will make humans redundant and replaceable is unfounded.
These claims have been disputed and would seem unfounded.
The NCCAM says such claims are unfounded.
These critics can therefore be ignored, as their arguments will over time prove unfounded.
The worry of the Chinese community is not unfounded.
Such unfounded opinions do not bear argument; the truth speaks for itself.
But the circle of people that share his unfounded optimism seems to be tightening.
According to our records your complaint about an incomplete delivery is unfounded.
Without fail, time has shown that the comparison was unfounded.
But for the protestors , the ban is unfounded and oppressive, they said.
I'm pleased to that our fears about the weather proved unfounded.
Actually, many critics admit that their complaints are unfounded even as they lodge them.
History records not above, it is not unfounded.
After getting to college, I realized a lot of their fears weren't completely unfounded.
1. without a basis in reason or fact;
"the allegations proved groundless"