undeserved

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English - English
not deserved, earned or merited; unjustifiable or unfair
{a} not justly merited, not incurred
not deserved or earned; "has an undeserved reputation as a coward"
If you describe something such as a reaction, treatment, or result as undeserved, you mean that the person who experiences it has not earned it and should not really have it. Douglas has an undeserved reputation for being dull and dry Jim's treatment was harsh and undeserved. = unmerited. undeserved criticism, praise etc is unfair because you do not deserve it
{s} not merited, not deserved
not deserved or earned; "has an undeserved reputation as a coward
undeservedly
{a} without desert, unjustly
Undeservedly
desertlessly
undeserve
To fail to deserve
undeserve
{f} provide insufficient service, provide low-quality service
undeservedly
in an unmerited manner; "the team chalked up another victory, the last one quite undeservedly, in my opinion
undeservedly
In an undeserved manner
undeservedly
unjustly, in a manner that lacks merit
undeserved

    Hyphenation

    un·de·served

    Turkish pronunciation

    ʌndîzırvd

    Pronunciation

    /ˌəndəˈzərvd/ /ˌʌndɪˈzɜrvd/

    Etymology

    (prefix.) Middle English, from Old English un-, on-, alteration of and- against; more at ANTE-.

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