Meaning of 捕风捉影

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fēng zhuō yǐng (Trad.: 捕風捉影)
lit. chasing the wind and clutching at shadows (idiom); fig. groundless accusations; to act on hearsay evidence
Related Words
Synonym: 疑神疑鬼
Antonyms: 确凿不移
Example Sentences
If the sound did not remember, was not at that time the youth and we makes groundless accusations.
It's useless to talk about something that we don't want to do because we cannot remove anyone from the team when we are midway through a season.
Some may find our criticisms upsetting, but we do not make them gratuitously.
This may be painful but it's far better to deal with reality than unverified assumptions.
While Chinese human rights violations are always alluded to in face-to-face talks between the U.