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undue

adjective
     
un‧due [only before noun]
formal more than is reasonable, suitable, or necessary:
De Gaulle felt that America had undue influence in Europe.
undue pressure/stress/strain etc
Exercise gently and avoid putting yourself under undue strain.
The kick should be taken without undue delay.

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