not deserved, earned or merited; unjustifiable or unfair (adjective)
Examples of word undeserved
I am worried about what this is doing to the democratic party and fear that this gives John McCain undeserved leverage in November.
Perhaps OUR UNDEMOCRATIC CONSTITUTION will inspire Easterners to fight harder when Westerners seek to use their Senatorial advantages to gain undeserved highway and anti-terrorist funds.
For instance, hundreds of thousands of non-British Canadians, who suffered in undeserved idleness during ten depression years, are today enjoying full employment, their labour earnestly courted by the nation at war.
"Besides," said Daubeny, "if he knows me to be quite hopeless" -- and here the poor boy grew scarlet as he recalled the undeserved insult -- "it's no disgrace to me to fail."
Louise's logic suggests that, had Nolan managed to steer Ranger's nod down the right side of the post minutes before Coloccini's unwitting own goal let's be honest, that *would* have been undeserved, which is just absurd.