unscrupled

unscrupled

(ʌnˈskruːpəld)
adj
1. lacking scruples
2. unhesitating
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MARIA: Neither does the air of unscrupled vendor ready to sell me to Seyko for a couple of tips on T-2010suit you, too.
This soul carries the same incandescent ardor, the same unhesitating ferocity, the same determination to soar upward toward a sublime end, but the unscrupled means and the "foulness of the road," those indirect references to the murderous violence of the Terror, appear in this precedent portrait as fertile resources enlisted to overcome "elemental war," showing Robespierre not as a self-deluded genius but as a tragic hero battling against imminent catastrophe.