Definition of "unconscionable"
  1. Describing a contract so unfairly one-sided that it shocks an average person, often because one party exploited the other's vulnerability or ignorance
How to use "unconscionable" in a sentence
  1. The court deemed the hastily written lease agreement unconscionable due to the tenant's limited language proficiency.
  2. The creditors faced accusations of unconscionable behavior for exploiting debtors in crisis.
  3. After the elderly woman's family discovered the unconscionable terms of her loan, they sought legal counsel.

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