Adjective(1) not yet payable(2) not appropriate or proper (or even legal(3) lacking justification or authorization(4) beyond normal limits
(1) Society as a whole has placed undue and excessive trust in the ability of political measures to solve the problems of the Aborigines.(2) Anyone who continues to look at the new environment from an outdated perspective will become embroiled in excessive and undue worries.(3) They did not anticipate any undue delay in meeting the council's request and expected that the council's deliberations would be concluded soon after the provision of the information.(4) He also called for cancer services in Ireland to be put ├ö├ç├┐on a par with the rest of Europe and the world without any undue delay.├ö├ç├û(5) Meaney suggested that the Board examine the possibility of buying services from the private sector in cases where there was undue delay.(6) They impose excess burdens through undue discouragement of such investment.(7) Where there is abundance of food, excessive eating and undue weight gain are not uncommon, although there is in fact a normal physiological tendency to lay down more fat stores in the earlier months.(8) It also gives grounds for caution at the possibility of undue government interference or excessive bureaucratization.(9) Overpopulation and rampant species loss are ├ö├ç├┐unfounded or undue concerns.├ö├ç├û(10) There are numerous complaints about the undue delays there are in planning at the moment.(11) Given the type of congestion we have experienced, undue delay in providing the roads needed would be a recipe for a real nightmare scenario.(12) And that's appropriate because the threat is an urgent one, and we need to act without undue delay.(13) ├ö├ç├┐The minister said that he was anxious to deal with the proposed legislation and was not in favour of undue delay,├ö├ç├û said Mr Walsh.(14) Voluntary organisations such as Civil Defence also need call-out plans to bring personnel in from their everyday activities in an effective manner and without undue delay.(15) It was characterised by an excessive and even undue respect for authority and authoritarianism.(16) Cllr Joe Dunne said he was concerned at what appears ├ö├ç├┐to be an undue delay├ö├ç├û in putting the scheme in place.
(1) undue influence :: faatosinaga e le talafeagai
1. excessive ::
2. unwarranted ::
3. unreasonable ::
lē fetaui tonu ai
1. middling ::
2. moderate ::
3. modest ::
4. reasonable ::
5. temperate ::
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