baseless

[beys-lis]
adjective
having no base; without foundation; groundless: a baseless claim.

Origin:
1600–10; base1 + -less

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baseless (ˈbeɪslɪs)
 
adj
not based on fact; unfounded: a baseless supposition
 
'baselessly
 
adv
 
'baselessness
 
n

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baseless
c.1600, from base (n.) + -less.
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Example sentences
But it can also emulate a mouse or baseless joystick.
The only thing that is as bad as trolling is a baseless accusation of
  trolling--and the two are related.
The company describes the suit as baseless, but refuses to discuss it in detail.
It is true that axioms can not be proven within their domain but that doesn't
  mean they are baseless or derived from faith.
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