Lacking substantiation; without evidence.(adjective)
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Use "unsubstantiated" in a sentence
"Earlier in the day, U.S. Transportation Security Administration spokesman Nicholas Kimball said the agency was helping Jamaica with "precautionary security measures" for U.S.-bound flights following what he called "unsubstantiated threat information.""
"In case it wasn't clear by my use of italics, the entire passage of my previous post, including the language you find pejorative and the costs you find unsubstantiated, is a quote from the Orlando Sentinel."
"Frank Dux like most celebrities is continually subjected to misleading and sensationalized reporting, that often results in unsubstantiated allegations being made and repeated."