unscrupulously


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un·scru·pu·lous

 (ŭn-skro͞o′pyə-ləs)
adj.
Having or showing no regard for what is right or honorable; devoid of scruples.

un·scru′pu·lous·ly adv.
un·scru′pu·lous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unscrupulously - without scruplesunscrupulously - without scruples; "she unscrupulously uses her charm to make men do what she wants"
Translations

unscrupulously

[ʌnˈskruːpjʊləslɪ] ADVde modo poco escrupuloso

unscrupulously

adv behave, exploitskrupellos

unscrupulously

[ʌnˈskruːpjʊləslɪ] advsenza scrupoli
References in classic literature ?
It cannot be denied that Mills seems to have acted somewhat unscrupulously.
uf, will push from his road him who opposes his claim to the fair barony of Ivanhoe, as readily, eagerly, and unscrupulously, as if he were preferred to him by some blue-eyed damsel?
Thus unscrupulously did the old gentlewoman sacrifice the continuance, perhaps, of an ancient feathered race, with no better end than to supply her brother with a dainty that hardly filled the bowl of a tea-spoon
In that letter to my wife she says she has acted unscrupulously.
Majid Al Sinani, Systems Engineer at The Research Council, home to Oman's brightest minds and thinkers, said the one thing online trolls, cyber bullies and spammers had in common was the desire to unscrupulously gain at the expense of the other.
The Biblical character of Samson harnessed incredible power through his long, thick hair, but he is unscrupulously tricked into letting his secret slip by the beautiful Delilah.
When used unscrupulously to sow terror and fear, and achieve criminal objectives, money, too, could kill.
The point is that, as long as there are so many people who are willing to blindly swallow and promote stuff like this, the phony rhetoric of those who unscrupulously place party or personal agenda over country will have an audience of uninformed followers whom they can manipulate at will.
In the recent past, this has often been because they are seen to act unscrupulously from a position of greed, rather than in the best interest of the general public.
Behind them a band unscrupulously maltreating a piece by Coltrane, probably 'Summertime,'" writes Mwanza Mujila in his first novel.
The tougher laws will seriously disrupt illegal offshore providers from acting unscrupulously or targeting vulnerable Australians.
The regime of President [Salva] Kiir covered the country with blood and violence and at the same time enriches itself unscrupulously," a party official reportedly told German lawmakers.