One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘there were unsubstantiated allegations of serious misbehaviour’
unconfirmed, unsupported, uncorroborated, not backed up by evidence, unverified, unattested, unproven, not validated, untested
unfounded, ill-founded, groundless, baseless, without basis, without foundation, unjustified, unwarranted, unjustifiable, unreasonable
speculative, conjectural, assumed, presumed
questionable, open to question, disputable, debatable
unreliable, untrustworthy, dubious, doubtful, tenuous, spurious, suspect, flimsy, weak, nebulous, unsound, undependable
British informal dodgy
rare unestablished, suppositious, suppositive
well founded, undeniable
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