Definition of unconscionable in English:

unconscionable

Line breaks: un|con¦scion|able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkɒnʃ(ə)nəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Derivatives

unconscionably

adverb
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  • Members will be picked by the president, and the scope is unconscionably wider than is necessary.
  • Some cases seem to be taking an unconscionably long time and then we realise too late the guard is coming up to retirement and others have cooperated in it.
  • Their latest and most sweeping victory is in the Big Easy - New Orleans, the home of jazz, Mardi Gras, great food… and unconscionably low wages.

Origin

mid 16th century: from un-1 'not' + obsolete conscionable, from conscience (interpreted as a plural) + -able.

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