This fallacy ignores history in such a blatant manner that it borders on the dangerously unwise if not the unconscionable.
For many black Americans, the Zimmerman verdict was an unconscionable nightmare.
To win again would only be construed as an act of unconscionable hubris.
Both sides agree that the conditions at the slaughterhouses as well as during the journey there are unconscionable.
He spoke of how “unconscionable evil” was met by the selfless bravery of the adults and of the children.
But I could not permit Lady Mickleham to laugh at me in the unconscionable manner in which she proceeded to laugh.
Feasts in Fairyland occupy an unconscionable length of time.
It had not, however, rendered the society of these unconscionable and cold female creatures distasteful to him.
He would have pitilessly repressed my unconscionable volubility.
On one occasion a dun, having sent in his name and waited an unconscionable time, knocked again.