That decision was the single-most devastating one, increasing famine deaths multifold—and unnecessarily.
From out of nowhere, about ten young men came to frolic in the water too, unnecessarily close to us.
First, the infrastructure of the City of New Orleans and the region as a whole was unnecessarily vulnerable.
Forty million Americans were inoculated, unnecessarily as it turned out.
Like her song, the performance was a bloated, unnecessarily busy mess.
But still it is a convention, and a prudent novelist does not strain it unnecessarily.
I regard our government wagons as unnecessarily heavy for six mules.
He, in the interests of the insurance office, might be unnecessarily cautious.
We infer that these disorders have been unnecessarily confounded.
I only wanted to show Lord Hemsworth he need not be so unnecessarily elated at our coming here.