One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘This lack of unfoundedness, especially for the audience, is what makes the film so disturbing.’
- ‘But nonetheless, he would wind up pointing out to them the unfoundedness of some of their most fundamental assumptions.’
- ‘This proposition has only to be stated clearly for its unfoundedness to be clear.’
- ‘Let me now draw the attention of the Commission to specific provisions of the draft resolution to show once more their unfoundedness and mendacity.’
- ‘Here too, the actual situation, which may be reviewed by everybody, proves without any waste of words the unfoundedness of this allegation.’
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