SYNONYMS FOR unconscionable
Related formsun·con·scion·a·bil·i·ty, nounun·con·scion·a·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for unconscionable
You know exactly what: Barack Obama is the weakest president ever, this is unconscionable.
Both sides agree that the conditions at the slaughterhouses as well as during the journey there are unconscionable.
Veterans groups called it unconscionable to inflict cuts of any kind on a force that has endured repeated deployments.
We must look in the mirror and not be afraid to confront the unconscionable reality that is Israel's military occupation.
Pallone found this unconscionable, particularly in an abbreviated two-month campaign.
Now I cannot bear the barbarity of it; how can that unconscionable coachman talk so much bawdy to that lean horse?The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman|Laurence Sterne
It was an unconscionable time coming, and, when it came, I still had time to think that I could bear it.Adventures on the Roof of the World|Mrs. Aubrey Le Blond
But I could not permit Lady Mickleham to laugh at me in the unconscionable manner in which she proceeded to laugh.Dolly Dialogues|Anthony Hope
The nation, I think, does not know what it loses in allowing its judgment to be stampeded by unconscionable journalism.The Mirrors of Downing Street|Harold Begbie
Charles II's famous apology for unconscionable delay in dying is frequently cited as a consummate example of tact.The Unpopular Review Vol. I|Various