SYNONYMS FOR unscrupulous
Related formsun·scru·pu·lous·ly, adverbun·scru·pu·lous·ness, un·scru·pu·los·i·ty [uhn-skroo-pyuh-los-i-tee] /ʌnˌskru pyəˈlɒs ɪ ti/, noun
Examples from the Web for unscrupulous
It was all part of the unscrupulous technique of “monstering” critics of the Murdoch empire wherever they were.Murdoch on the Rocks: How a Lone Reporter Revealed the Mogul's Tabloid Terror Machine|Clive Irving|August 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Religions and ideologies are unscrupulous in their use of the past.
If administrators already engage in this unscrupulous behavior, we have to wonder if race will influence future hiring policies.
It is easy for an unscrupulous individual to pose as an underground banker, snatch up several large deposits, then cut and run.
Palestinians and their sympathizers can point out the unscrupulous dishonesty and duplicity of the Israeli occupiers.Acclaimed Israeli Film 'Bethlehem' Brings the Occupation Back Into Our Homes|Daniel Gavron|October 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Before he had covered many li he was assured that he had indeed succeeded for the time in shaking off his unscrupulous tormentor.Kai Lung's Golden Hours|Ernest Bramah
"Your step-mother is certainly an unscrupulous woman," said Mr. Carter.The Errand Boy|Horatio Alger
James J. Carrington was unscrupulous, but even his most devout enemy could not have said that he lacked vision and thoroughness.The Ranchman|Charles Alden Seltzer
As in 1809 a revengeful and unscrupulous woman had succeeded in Caroline of Brunswick.
Since my association with Bindo and his friends I had, I admit, become as unscrupulous as they were.The Count's Chauffeur|William Le Queux