Definition of unduly in English:

unduly

adverb

  • To an unwarranted degree; inordinately.

    ‘there is no need to be unduly alarmed’
    • ‘It suggests that the existing regime contains aspects which unduly deter investment.’
    • ‘They should be compensated with money when their interest is unduly interfered with.’
    • ‘I don't want to alarm them unduly, but they do need to be extremely careful.’
    • ‘The SNP, they claim, is being punished unduly for the general disillusion with home rule.’
    • ‘It isn't the first time they have unduly worried themselves by failing to put lesser opponents out of sight.’
    excessively, immoderately, intemperately, disproportionately, out of all proportion, inordinately
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Pronunciation

unduly

/ʌnˈdjuːli/