- undulatory theory,
- unearned income,
- unearned increment
Origin of unduly
Examples from the Web for unduly
Americans have been unduly obsessed with the American-born cleric ever since he was linked to the Fort Hood rampage.
This data is then tracked using a 10-day moving average, to assure that sudden changes in changes do not unduly skew results.
For every new parent, the decision about whether to vaccinate his or her child has been unduly stressful.
He complained that the work was unduly expensive for the reason that "the woodwork was all marble."Fifth Avenue|Arthur Bartlett Maurice
I can trust Time to allot me, like every other man, my proper place, or to cast me down if I have been unduly exalted heretofore.
Inevitably they reflect the mores of the time, but do not emphasize them unduly.Edison's Conquest of Mars|Garrett Putnam Serviss
Others are unduly cast down by the slightest adverse criticism.The Nervous Child|Hector Charles Cameron
This word we have already defined as an unduly insistent and compulsive thought, habit of mind, or tendency to action.Why Worry?|George Lincoln Walton, M.D.