One commenter wrote that this unsubstantiated rumor clearly meant that “Rihanna had what was coming to her.”
This in no way changes the fact that Bryan Singer is innocent of these unsubstantiated lies.
unsubstantiated accusation, a character-attacking response, and further division on an important issue.
But that didn't stop all kinds of news media repeating Kahlili's unsubstantiated claim.
This is just the latest example of contradictory and unsubstantiated information from unnamed sources leaking from Kuala Lumpur.
There is a tradition, unsubstantiated, that these stalls came from Cockersand abbey in 1543.
The articles seemed woven of fact, but she could not accept them unsubstantiated.
Meanwhile, young ladies and gentlemen, let no wild romances or unsubstantiated rumors shake your minds.
But he couldn't prove it, and she wasn't likely to accept his unsubstantiated word.
He conscientiously avoids the vague, the doubtful, the unsubstantiated.
1775, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of substantiate (v.).