Definition of "undeservingly" [undeservingly]

  • In an undeserving way. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "undeservingly" in a sentence
  • "Though liberal candidates have undeservingly profited from this narrative, many Latinos are finding that as their pocketbooks shrink, it is liberal career politicians that not only have been part of the problem, but who have actually hurt the community with regard to some of its greatest needs."
  • "Too bad — that would have been a nice set and a great way to see these undeservingly forgotten characters."
  • "When he is gone, whether it is on the 20th of January or 8 years from now, he will be a laughing stock because his position, and the credibility it undeservingly bestows, will be gone."