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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Usage examples (34)
  • Although the rumors were unsubstantiated, they did a lot of damage.
  • That's called 'unsubstantiated' - the perfect description of every one of your posts.
  • He labelled these as "unsubstantiated" and said they could not be backed by facts.
  • These kind of unsubstantiated allegations were, however, used to "stir up the public". for more
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