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unscrupulous

adjective un·scru·pu·lous \-ˈskrü-pyə-ləs\

: not honest or fair : doing things that are wrong, dishonest, or illegal

Full Definition of UNSCRUPULOUS

:  not scrupulous :  unprincipled
un·scru·pu·lous·ly adverb
un·scru·pu·lous·ness noun

Examples of UNSCRUPULOUS

  1. <an unscrupulous businessman manipulated them into selling their land for practically nothing>

First Known Use of UNSCRUPULOUS

1803

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