Immeritous
Immeritous Im*mer"it*ous, a. [L. immeritus; pref. im- not + meritus, p. p. of merere, mereri, to deserve.] Undeserving. [Obs.] --Milton. [1913 Webster]

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  • immeritous — /im merˈit əs/ (archaic) adjective Undeserving ORIGIN: L immeritus, from in not, and meritus deserving …   Useful english dictionary

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