unconscionably love

Definitions

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  • adv. In an unconscionable manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Unreasonably; in a manner or degree that conscience and reason do not justify; inordinately.

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Examples

  • All the problems associated with mutual funds (such as unconscionably high fees) and rogue brokers (from improper sales practices to outright fraud) can be found among hedge funds.

    Dear Eliot, Dear Andrew

  • Also that Capital One "unconscionably" imposed over-the-limit fees on consumers 'accounts, sold services to consumers who could not benefit from the services and billed and attempted to collect for credit card accounts that were never activated.

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  • However, the Israeli response which ends up killing 500 civilians, hmm, that is somehow morally and "unconscionably" wrong.

    Planet MYOSS

  • His third orchestral work, the symphonic poem "Lamia," is based upon the fantastic (and what Mr. Howells would call unconscionably

    Edward MacDowell

  • His third orchestral work, the symphonic poem “Lamia,” is based upon the fantastic (and what Mr. Howells would call unconscionably

    Edward MacDowell

  • This statement is about as unconscionably stupid as claiming that anyone who was not an automobile executive for a car company realized that the Edsel was a wonderful vehicle … ….

    Think Progress » Perry: Anyone Who’s Not A ‘Rank Political Hack’ Realizes That Bush Was A ‘Very, Very Good President’

  • The Harper administration, which fought tooth and nail against repatriating Abdelrazik, which unconscionably dragged its heels for three years in the case of Abdihakim Mohamed, and which separated Suaad Hagi Mohamud from her son for months despite her insistence on a DNA test, has dug in for the long haul in his case too.

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  • There are those such as yourself (thick skinned) who tolerate and by doing so encourage more of the same at the expense of “whole cities” and “individuals” being trashed unconscionably.

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  • Id. Only those provisions that fail to comport with those reasonable expectations and are unexpected and unconscionably unfair are unenforceable.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » After Stolt-Nielsen v. AnimalFeeds Int’l Corp.: Deciding When Class Arbitration Is Permissible

  • Dick Cheney spent eight years aggressively lying to the American people as he unconscionably used his office and America's resources to pursue a private agenda for the benefit of only the few.

    CNN poll: GOP has erased party popularity gap in Congress

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