Definition of unscrupulousness in English:



See unscrupulous

  • ‘But he finds - dear me, how distressing - that talent counts for nothing in comparison to money, intrigue, and unscrupulousness.’
  • ‘And yet these are also the people whose evasiveness and unscrupulousness makes them the least likely to be affected by a geographically bounded anti-spam law.’
  • ‘It was, according to Balzac, a world in which talent counted for nothing, and bribery, intrigue and unscrupulousness were the key factors in success.’
  • ‘Few Prime Ministers have ever been more sincere in their piety, and few have been capable of greater deviousness or even unscrupulousness.’
  • ‘The corrupt elements are usually successful in proportion to their astuteness and unscrupulousness.’