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undeserved

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishundeservedun‧de‧served /ˌʌndɪˈzɜːvd◂ $ -ˈzɜːrvd◂/ adjective  UNFAIRundeserved criticism, praise etc is unfair because you do not deserve it She had an undeserved reputation for rudeness.
Examples from the Corpus
undeservedHe's come in for a lot of criticism, most of it completely undeserved.And he, with his aptitude for deceit, would no doubt have accepted her gratitude willingly, however undeserved.an undeserved and unwarranted attackUnfortunately, in this country at least, they have an undeserved bad reputation as none of our native spiders are poisonous.In probing the sources of undeserved distress they generally look outwards to the people across the valley, or over the hill.I would be failing in my duty if I allowed him such undeserved relief.Lamarck has an undeserved reputation as a loser.Unfortunately, Lamarck has developed an undeserved reputation as a loser.The low sun touched the gentle white curves of the plateau with gold and bathed them in undeserved serenity.Tremayne and Gareth wouldn't be crippled by undeserved shame.This was an undeserved tribute to my magnanimity.
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