Definition of "conscionable"
  1. Reflects principles of morality and justice, making decisions based on one's sense of right and wrong
How to use "conscionable" in a sentence
  1. The deal proposed by the company was not conscionable as it ignored the rights of the workers.
  2. The conscionable actions of the lawyer earned him the respect of his clients.
  3. Despite the potential for profit, the CEO decided it wasn't conscionable to raise prices during the crisis.

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