- not guided by conscience; unscrupulous.
- not in accordance with what is just or reasonable: unconscionable behavior.
- excessive; extortionate: an unconscionable profit.
Origin of unconscionable
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3. extreme, immoderate, unwarranted, inordinate.
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Examples from the Web for unconscionably
But, in sober sadness, it is very rare, and unconscionably dear.
This is a very amusing (but scarce and unconscionably dear) book.
In short, truth is only too often most unconscionably sacrificed to effect.
At any rate, he did not hesitate to exploiter them most unconscionably.
The objection to the term provided in the bill is that it is unconscionably long.
- unscrupulous or unprincipledan unconscionable liar
- immoderate or excessiveunconscionable demands
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Word Origin and History for unconscionably
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