This is clearly putting a lot of undue stress on Samantha during her pregnancy.
But people also have a right to a fair trial and freedom from an undue flogging.
After undue delay the United States has finally put itself in support of such a process.
Meanwhile, economists assumed there was no manipulation or inside information involved, of course—or undue risk taking.
Ryan did not go into detail on what an “undue burden” would be.
I must not delay, and yet I must not spoil all by undue hurry.
Well, sir, you are talking rather loud and with undue asperity.
And, like Schopenhauer, he masked this undue sensibility with a repelling misanthropy.
When grown in clay they tend to develop an undue amount of straw.
He was prevented only by the promise made to his friend, and the fear of undue excitement in the mind of his mother.
late 14c., "not owing or payable," from un- (1) "not" + past participle of due (adj.). Formed on model of Old French indeu, Latin indebitus. Meaning "not appropriate, unseasonable" is recorded from late 14c. Sense of "unjustifiable" is attested from c.1400 (implied in unduly). Meaning "excessive" is first recorded 1680s.