Definitions for unconscionableʌnˈkɒn ʃə nə bəl

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

un•con•scion•a•bleʌnˈkɒn ʃə nə bəl(adj.)

  1. not restrained by conscience; unscrupulous.

  2. excessive; extortionate.

Origin of unconscionable:

1555–65

un•con′scion•a•bly(adv.)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. conscienceless, unconscionable(adj)

    lacking a conscience

    "a conscienceless villain"; "brash, unprincipled, and conscienceless"; "an unconscionable liar"

  2. exorbitant, extortionate, outrageous, steep, unconscionable, usurious(adj)

    greatly exceeding bounds of reason or moderation

    "exorbitant rent"; "extortionate prices"; "spends an outrageous amount on entertainment"; "usurious interest rate"; "unconscionable spending"

Wiktionary

  1. unconscionable(Adjective)

    Not conscionable; unscrupulous and lacking principles or conscience.

  2. unconscionable(Adjective)

    Excessive, imprudent or unreasonable.

    The effective rate of interest was unconscionable, but not legally usurious.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Unconscionable(adj)

    not conscionable; not conforming to reason; unreasonable; exceeding the limits of any reasonable claim or expectation; inordinate; as, an unconscionable person or demand; unconscionable size

  2. Unconscionable(adj)

    not guided by, or conformed to, conscience

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