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- adj. unscrupulous or ruthless
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Without conscience; indifferent to conscience; unscrupulous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no conscience; free from or not marked by conscientious scruples.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking a conscience
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Maybe the last time you stood with me, you were scared and your sweat fell onto the forest floor, contaminating these leaves with your bad judgement, your conscienceless sweat.
I set myself the goal of becoming the writer some Jewish critics had been telling me I was all along: irresponsible, conscienceless, unserious ...
Bloodthirsty, conscienceless killers leaving a trail of bodies behind them as they worked their dark magics?
And that complaining about the conscienceless existence of the rich amounts to "class warfare."
The big fellow at the wheel — the nerviest and most conscienceless scoundrel in the
This started to change when the conscienceless banjoista Bela Fleck began releasing terrifying records on which he played famous selections from Scarlatti and Chopin, neither of whom had ever done anything to warrant such abuse.
But three lies says you're dealing with a liar, and deceit is the linchpin of conscienceless behavior.
Yes, the assumption that I am a conscienceless liar, self-seeker, is quite right...
If the midshipmen were well trained, orders from the bridge of a ship or the boardroom of a corporation would be executed without question and in perfect, conscienceless obedience.
But then I saw that Hugo Chávez and Vladimir Putin and those bloodthirsty, conscienceless dictators in the Middle East drive around in these things.