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An unfounded allegation of wrongdoing.
Her concerns were unfounded, as usual.
His anger was unfounded, but she had to accept some of the blame for his method of approach.
The charges of duplicity or treachery made against the foreign minister by Napoleon's apologists are in nearly all cases unfounded.
In particular it is clear that the charge of partiality for Rome is unfounded.
The widely diffused view that this pope was an enemy of science and culture is unfounded.