unfounded

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un- +‎ founded

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unfounded (not comparable)

  1. Having no strong foundation; not based on solid reasons or facts.
  2. Not having been founded or instituted.
    • 1980, Helen Louise Gardner, ‎John Carey, English Renaissance studies (page 268)
      Even the great world as yet undiscovered, the cities as yet unfounded, and the history as yet unwritten, are lost: fallen from the beginning.

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