Definition of unduly in English:

unduly

Line breaks: un¦duly
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈdjuːli
 
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adverb

To an unwarranted degree; inordinately: there is no need to be unduly alarmed
More example sentences
  • I don't want to alarm them unduly, but they do need to be extremely careful.
  • 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.
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