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groundless

  
  
If you say that a fear, accusation, or story is groundless, you mean that it is not based on evidence and is unlikely to be true or valid.      adj   usu v-link ADJ  
Fears that the world was about to run out of fuel proved groundless..., A ministry official described the report as groundless.     
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groundless

  
  
baseless, chimerical, empty, false, idle, illusory, imaginary, unauthorized, uncalled-for, unfounded, unjustified, unprovoked, unsupported, unwarranted  
  
Antonyms     
   justified, logical, proven, real, reasonable, substantial, supported, true, well-founded  

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