Simple Definition of unconscionable
: extremely bad, unfair, or wrong
: going far beyond what is usual or proper
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Examples of unconscionable in a sentence
They have had to endure unconscionable delays.
<an unconscionable number of errors for an important government report>
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Legal Definition of unconscionable
: unreasonably unfair to one party, marked by oppression, or otherwise unacceptably offensive to public policy <an unconscionable clause> <finds the contract…to have been unconscionable at the time it was made — Uniform Commercial Code> — compare conscionable
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