- The characteristic of being excessively unfair or unjustifiable
- A principle within contract law where a court can offer relief from a contract, or refuse to enforce it, if it's considered excessively unfair
- The lawyer argued that the contract her client signed was based on unconscionability and should be nullified.
- The court granted the motion to dismiss the case based on the unconscionability of the agreement.
- The lack of transparency in the contract created a level of unconscionability that could not be ignored.