having no base; without foundation; groundless:
a baseless claim.
But I remain in prison on these baseless allegations while waiting for the chance to prove my innocence.
An American Marine in Iran’s Prisons Goes on Hunger Strike IranWire December 17, 2014
This is, in my view, a baseless smear against Democrats, who deserve better than to be associated with the likes of Charlie Crist.
Good Riddance to a Worthless Pol Reihan Salam April 28, 2010
When I refused a quickie divorce on his terms, he served me with divorce papers filled with baseless complaints.
My Fight to Stop My Divorce Beverly Willett August 27, 2010
The charges were as convoluted, baseless—and to the average voter, as opaque as the confected allegations about Benghazi.
The Obama Scandals Are Desperate Measures by the GOP Robert Shrum May 16, 2013
It’s almost tempting to be thankful to Palin, and her baseless conviction that a majority of Americans are on her side.
Election Night Fallout The Daily Beast November 2, 2010
It is considered “smart” by those who mistake denunciation and abuse for wit, and baseless assumption for truth.
Facts and Figures Concerning the Hoosac Tunnel John J. Piper
Like the baseless fabric of a vision Left not a wrack behind.
The Lighthouse R.M. Ballantyne
He again dismisses the widely accepted theory of a period of gloom and increasing pessimism as baseless.
An Essay Toward a History of Shakespeare in Norway Martin Brown Ruud
But my fears that their mental suggestions might obsess her were baseless.
It Happened in Egypt C. N. Williamson
The whole of the propositions following the first are so built upon it, that if it fails they are baseless.
A Few Words About the Devil Charles Bradlaugh
not based on fact; unfounded: a baseless supposition
c.1600, from base (n.) + -less. Related: Baselessly; baselessness.
morally low; without estimable personal qualities; dishonorable; meanspirited; selfish; cowardly. of little or no value; worthless: hastily composed of base materials. debased or counterfeit: an attempt to eliminate the base coinage. characteristic of or befitting an inferior person or thing. of illegitimate birth. not classical or refined: base language. Old English Law. held by tenure […]
a story of a building, partly or wholly underground. (in classical and Renaissance architecture) the portion of a building beneath the principal story, treated as a single compositional unit. the lowermost portion of a structure. the substructure of a columnar or arched construction. noun a partly or wholly underground storey of a building, esp the […]
- Basement complex
the undifferentiated assemblage of rock (basement rock) underlying the oldest stratified rocks in any region: usually crystalline, metamorphosed, and mostly, but not necessarily, Precambrian in age.
- Basement membrane
a thin, extracellular membrane underlying epithelial tissue. basement membrane base·ment membrane (bās’mənt) n. A thin, delicate layer of connective tissue underlying the epithelium of many organs. Also called basilemma.