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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunscrupulousun‧scru‧pu‧lous /ʌnˈskruːpjələs/ ●○○ adjective  DISHONESTbehaving in an unfair or dishonest way unscrupulous employerssee thesaurus at dishonestunscrupulously adverb
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unscrupulousIsn't it time we did something to protect the elderly from unscrupulous business people?Morgan admitted that some of his actions may have been unscrupulous, but he denied doing anything illegal.There are some unscrupulous characters out there.We tend to think that the Pharisees were unscrupulous, double-dealing, untrustworthy.A few moments of complete mental instability when you were unscrupulous enough to take advantage of me.unscrupulous lawyersBut sometimes unscrupulous leaders added coins to the money supply by minting new coins that contained less gold and silver.That Captain's a mighty unscrupulous man.Deceived by unscrupulous men, he vouched for the authenticity of that wretched diamond mine.And some widows can be victimized by unscrupulous tigers in the financial jungle.
From Longman Business Dictionaryunscrupulousun‧scru‧pu‧lous /ʌnˈskruːpjələs/ adjective behaving in an unfair or dishonest wayWorkers’ unity is the only force which protects working people against exploitation by unscrupulous employers.unscrupulously adverb
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