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unconscionable, unconscious

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To be unconscionable means "not guided by conscience" or "not in accordance with what is just or reasonable" or "unscrupulous."

To be unconscious means to be "unaware" or "unable to think."

Example: His unconscionable act of vengeance left the other player unconscious.

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