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unconscionable rate
without conscience
Usage: The killings were unconscionable.

unconscionable rate
no guilt
unconscionable rate
being of no conscience or good judgment.
Usage: I believe it is unconscionable that he deliberately hurt that child!

unconscionable rate
(Adjective) unscrupulous; utterly immoral; unthinkably wrong

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