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.
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Adv.1.unscrupulously - without scruplesunscrupulously - without scruples; "she unscrupulously uses her charm to make men do what she wants"
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unscrupulously

[ʌnˈskruːpjʊləslɪ] ADVde modo poco escrupuloso
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unscrupulously

adv behave, exploitskrupellos
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unscrupulously

[ʌnˈskruːpjʊləslɪ] advsenza scrupoli
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References in classic literature ?
It cannot be denied that Mills seems to have acted somewhat unscrupulously. He himself appears to have had some doubt about it, at a given moment, as they were driving to the Prado.
Knowest thou not there is a jealousy of ambition and of wealth, as well as of love; and that this our host, Front-de-B 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. She has owned up, then, for what else can it mean, I should like to know.
Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Hua Chunying reacted to the move in an online statement, saying, "The abuse of state power by the United States to unscrupulously and deliberately throw mud at and suppress specific Chinese enterprises seriously undermines the image of the United States and its own interests", Asia News reported.
Till now, at least 50 scholarly and authentic books on Urdu grammar have been written in Urdu, not to mention the hundreds of commercially and unscrupulously produced substandard grammars of Urdu.
"This bill seeks to insulate the citizenry from attempts to unscrupulously utilize Social Media for various kinds of black propaganda and misinformation which are detrimental to transparency, accountability and truthfulness which could frustrate a meaningful, fruitful and intelligent discourse towards nation-building," Poe added.
Instead of discounting the price of the goods, the people seem greedy and unscrupulously increased the prices of the goods which have become unaffordable for even middle class families, then how come the poor to buy such expensive goods.
"These four companies unscrupulously secured millions of pounds worth of investments using a variety of methods that misled investors, particularly those with pension savings," said Scott Crighton, Insolvency Service chief investigator.
He said that recent instances of import of Soybean to Pakistan had proved once more beyond any doubt that corruption was rife in the affairs of the DPP so much so that its officials and inspectors had been working unscrupulously just for the achievement of their vested interests with no regard for general good of the citizens and economy of the country that heavily relies on the agriculture sector.
There is currently no time frame for informing authorities about births and deaths, which has in the past resulted in votes being cast unscrupulously in national elections on behalf of people who were known to be dead.