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Don Quixote
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  • I can tell your worship it is commonly said in this town that there are no people worse than the market-women, for they are all barefaced, unconscionable, and impudent, and I can well believe it from what I have seen of them in other towns.

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  • The proposed budget is unconscionable given the debt it puts on the backs of the younger generation.
  • She described the monitoring of sermons as unconstitutional and unconscionable.

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