Definition of unconscionable:
too much, ridiculous, preposterous, unreasonable, unscrupulous, exorbitant, unethical, usual, shocking, stiff, immoderate, ruthless, unconscientious, conscienceless, hideous, sky-high, unreasonable, usurious, stratospheric, honest, extreme, horrid, extortionate, outrageous, big, steep, unprincipled, horrific, obscene.
Nobody, not even Hircan, the Grammont of the sixteenth century; not even Nomerfide, the Miss Notable of her day and society; not even the haughty lady Ennasuite, who wonders whether common folk can be supposed to have like passions with us, feels the abundant religious services and the periods of meditation unconscionable or tiresome.- "The Tales Of The Heptameron, Vol. I. (of V.)", Margaret, Queen Of Navarre.
- "An American Suffragette", Isaac N. Stevens.
She remained riding an unconscionable length of time, and when she drew rein again before her father's house, the black was flecked with foam from his clamped bit, and there was a thick lather under the stirrup leathers.- "Gunman's Reckoning", Max Brand.