1. Not restrained by conscience 2. A reference to people who have no conscience

Unconscionable can be broken into ‘un + consio + able’ and conscience means to know what is morally acceptable but unconscious means not aware of the acceptable amount and therefore the same as unconscionable.

1. They have had to endure unconscionable delays. 2. For any official to allow these conditions to exist is unconscionable.

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