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- adv. In an unscrupulous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unscrupulous manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without scruples
But there are some who will unscrupulously use material generated by others, claim it as their own, and leave the original thought behind.
It's just tough out there in the world and there are very greedy people who have made things too unscrupulously big that they have no choice but to fail.
It stands to reason that meat from any farm animal who is too sick to stand poses an increased risk to consumers, but the USDA has typically taken a "don't look, don't find" approach, enabling agribusiness to act unscrupulously in order to bring in a few extra dollars.
This assessment obscures the real issue at hand in Wisconsin: Governor Walker is unscrupulously using the budget crisis as an opportunity to push forward an anti-organized labor agenda.
Pretty much all of this wingnuttery is being funded by people who are unscrupulously leeching off of hard working Americans, and they wear flag clothes and sponsor rock concerts to try to keep them from noticing.
The Higher Learning Commission is now conducting an internal "investigation" of member institutions, including the University of Phoenix, the nation's largest private "university," charged by the federal government General Accounting Office with unscrupulously recruiting people eligible for federal financial aid who had no hope of achieving any type of credentials or jobs.
More balance is needed because the entire "system" becomes more discriminatory when new schools are conceived unscrupulously.
The Chinese report said the U.S. "unscrupulously monitors" citizens through wiretapping programs that began after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
You can see how these kind of techniques might be used unscrupulously.
Ideally, international soccer is not supposed to be played as unscrupulously as big-money club soccer, though it frequently is.
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