Definition of unwarrantably in US English:

unwarrantably

adverb

  • See unwarrantable

    • ‘The first, encountered here already, is that meaning-claims about music are unwarrantably subjective.’
    • ‘The evidence relied on by Evans in support of this inference is ignored or dismissed by Irving, unwarrantably so in the opinion of Evans.’
    • ‘Some important Baptist individuals and churches had left the denomination over the question of open versus dosed communion, and discussion of the issues was ‘unwarrantably restricted.’’
    • ‘The great cause why modern humor and modern sentimentalism repel us, is that they are unwarrantably familiar.’

Pronunciation

unwarrantably

/ˌənˈwôrən(t)əblē//ˌənˈwɔrən(t)əbli/