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from The Century Dictionary.

  • The character of being unconscionable, in any sense.

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  • noun The quality of being unconscionable.


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un- + conscionable + -ness


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  • Legislation addressing contractual unreasonableness, unconscionableness or oppressiveness was the most viable and expedient method to effect legal reform, the commission said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing 1998

  • Therefore are they grieved, whensoever they hear themselves charged, either of injustice, or unconscionableness, or covetousness, or in general, of any injurious kind of dealing towards their neighbours.

    Meditations Emperor of Rome Marcus Aurelius

  • The greatest enemies of the national consciousness and honour of the Jews are fatty degeneration -- by which I mean the unconscionableness which comes from wealth and ease -- and a kind of inner dependence on the surrounding Gentile world which comes from the loosening of the fabric of Jewish society.

    The world as i see it Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955 1934


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