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Sentence count:52+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-27Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: complimentarycostlessfreegratisneedlessuncalled-forSimilar words: fortuitousfortuitouslyubiquitousiniquitouscircuitoussolicitousduplicitouscongratulateMeaning: [grə'tuːɪtəs /-'tju-]  adj. 1. without cause 2. costing nothing 3. unnecessary and unwarranted. 
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1. There's too much crime and gratuitous violence on TV.
2. It seems that the attack was a gratuitous/random/mindless act of violence.
3. His films are full of gratuitous violence.
4. Letters poured in complaining about the gratuitous violence on the show.
5. Student demonstrations developed an ugly edge of gratuitous violence.
6. Thus inheritance tax is concerned with gratuitous transactions. 5.
7. The gratuitous killing of dolphins must be stopped.
8. There's no point in exchanging gratuitous insults with them.
9. Some performance art does contain gratuitous violence.
10. Gratuitous promises can not be enforced at law.
11. He was well-known for his unsolicited and gratuitous violence.
12. Largely the element of gratuitous violence is also missing.
13. Radcliffe accuses members of Bravo Two Zero of gratuitous exaggeration.
14. A gratuitous promise, pure and simple(, remains unenforceable unless given under seal.
15. That marks the public's revulsion at acts of gratuitous violence against innocent victims.
16. In living-rooms throughout the country, violence, gratuitous and graphic, is often the staple diet of the video generation.
17. I see the rictus and an entirely gratuitous glowing flush on her throat.
17. try its best to gather and make good sentences.
18. After three days of sniping and gratuitous pettiness, they allow Matty the very beginning of June or the very end.
19. Football, with its litany of gratuitous violence, is the culprit.
20. Within a short period of time, gratuitous violence has become commonplace.
21. A lot of viewers complained that there was too much gratuitous sex and violence in the film.
22. He has criticised the film industry for its use of gratuitous sex and violence.
23. Local authorities and trade unions will need to respond to gratuitous fault finding and undermining of political leadership.
24. The effect produced is the more telling because no gratuitous comment disturbs the images.
25. You never see animals going through the absurd and often horrible fooleries of magic and religion. Only man behaves with such gratuitous folly. It is the price he has to pay for being intelligent but not, as yet, quite intelligent enough. Aldous Huxley 
26. The network refused to televise the film because it contained too much gratuitous violence.
27. There were many stories afterwards of what appeared to be gratuitous police violence.
28. But this does not mean that Melbourne saw the Bill as a gratuitous concession.
29. To spend hundreds of thousands of pounds on remaining anonymous is gratuitous folly. 4.
30. Before the departure for Paris, Mrs Maugham fortunately forfeited her position by various gratuitous and irrelevant remarks about the expense.
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