Picture for unconscionableUnconscionable is an adjective that is used for someone whose actions are not guided or affected by his conscience. Unconscionable originated in around 1555.

Pronunciation: uhn-kon-shuh-nuh-buhl

Meanings of Unconscionable

1. Not restrained by conscience 2. A reference to people who have no conscience

Master’s Tip to Learn Unconscionable

Unconscionable can be broken into ‘un + consio + able’ and conscience means to know what is morally acceptable but unconscious means not aware of the acceptable amount and therefore the same as unconscionable.

Sentence examples for Unconscionable:

1. They have had to endure unconscionable delays. 2. For any official to allow these conditions to exist is unconscionable.

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