Undue Definition

ŭn-do͝o, -dyo͝o
adjective
Not yet due or payable, as a debt.
Webster's New World
Not appropriate or suitable; improper.
Webster's New World
Not just, proper, or legal.
Undue use of force.
American Heritage
Excessive; immoderate.
Webster's New World
The definition of undue is something extreme, or inappropriate.
An example of undue is a stressful situation that doesn't need to be stressful; undue stress.
An example of undue is giving someone a hard time when they make a decision; undue criticism.
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Origin of Undue

  • From un- +"Ž due

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