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unconscionable (adj) unprincipled and immoral; excessive.

An unconscionable action is unjust, unprincipled and immoral. So unjust and immoral it is that the person who does it should be ashamed of it. An unconscionable action is an excessively bad action. A person is unconscionable in their treachery if he is too treacherous, that is, betraying people who trust them.

  • His killing the children of his late brother to get their property is an unconscionable act. It showed that he was extremely wicked and immoral. For the sake of property he would even kill children. He ought to be ashamed of such actions.
  • Unconscionable violence was what we saw in the action of the robbers. They not only took away the valuables, but also killed the old people in the house. This was extreme violence.
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