- according to desert; justly; rightly.
Origin of deservedly
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Examples from the Web for undeservedly
The power of undeservedly positive thinking may have a role in relationships and business deals.The Fake Superbug Cure
June 21, 2014
Take Go On, a series that was canceled after its first season, by many counts, undeservedly.‘Sound of Music’ Star Laura Benanti Is About to Be One of Your Favorite Things
December 4, 2013
The API is a serious document that has been undeservedly dismissed by the Israeli government time and time again.Why Bibi Won't Really 'Give Peace A Chance'
June 5, 2013
Let anyone on that list who believes his name is there erroneously, or undeservedly, appeal—through legal channels—for removal.Stop Punishing Fliers
December 28, 2009
He labours to bear in mind, how undeservedly they are often bestowed, how precariously they are always possessed.
He has also been, I dare say, improperly and undeservedly abused.
As an article of food, it is lightly esteemed by some, but undeservedly 24 so.Reptiles and Birds
How blessed, how undeservedly blessed does my lot promise to become!The Chainbearer
J. Fenimore Cooper
He was in terribly low water, and as it seemed to me undeservedly.The Mynns' Mystery
George Manville Fenn
- according to merit; justly
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