How to Pronounce undue?

Correct pronunciation for the word "undue" is [ʌndjˈuː], [ʌndjˈuː], [ʌ_n_d_j_ˈuː].

"Undue" in context

Undue means to be excessive in size or amount. It can also be used to describe something that is done without authority or justification, or something that is taken advantage of. In the context of legal proceedings, undue means something that is not according to law or that is unfair, unjust or improper. For example, when a defendant raises an undue amount of objections in court, it could be seen as an attempt to delay proceedings. Similarly, an undue advantage could be taken by one party in a business deal in order to unfairly benefit themselves. In general, undue implies unfairness in whatever the situation may be.

Usage over time for undue:

This graph shows how "undue" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

10 words made out of letters UNDUE

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