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1. Deserving of moral condemnation: committed an unconscionable act.
2. Beyond reason; excessive: an unconscionable price.

un·con′scion·a·ble·ness n.
un·con′scion·a·bly adv.


[ʌnˈkɒnʃnəblɪ] ADV (frm) → desmesuradamente
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Arriving at an unconscionably early hour at the door of their apartment, I felt as if I were about to commit an act of vandalism.
She is saying that they can't hold them for such an unconscionably long time and they certainly can't hold them for what turns out, in many cases, to be an almost indefinite period of months.
In addition to Stevenson's book, I recently read Irving Abella and Harold Troper's 1982 classic None Is Too Many, cited by Stevenson as "perhaps the definitive book" on Canada's unconscionably mean-spirited response to Jewish refugees before, during and after the Second World War.
In years, not generations, differences that were originally potential are now visible and real and--in many people's view-- unconscionably large.
The problem with Russia is that its history sets an unconscionably low bar.
Actually, I think your dealer is acting unconscionably by telling you it's not happening -- and by sending you back on the roads without attempting to fix it.
The agreement follows earlier court action by ASIC against TCS, in which the Federal Court found that TCS had acted unconscionably in selling a consumer credit insurance (CCI) product.
But those options should not include the short-term loans at unconscionably high interest that trap borrowers in what Merkley rightly has described as a "ferocious vortex" of debt.
Yet, in spite of these continued failures, New York State is still unconscionably cashing the federal checks and pocketing the money.
Of course, restoring rivers for recreational fishing is a ridiculously inefficient way to feed people and "playing" them on barbed hooks is unconscionably cruel.
It's hard to know whether Serageldin's sentence was compassionately lenient, as it seems when compared with Clary's, or unconscionably harsh when one con-siders how many other Wall Street bankers are continuing to draw obscene salaries when they were undoubtedly guilty of the same or much, much, much worse.
The verdict, absurd on its face, exculpating Couch for his unconscionably irresponsible actions, has appalled a wide swath of Americans.