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used in The Lords of Discipline

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excessively unreasonable or immoral
  • In Charleston, more than elsewhere, you get the feeling that the twentieth century is a vast, unconscionable mistake.
    Chapter 1.2 (9% in)
  • In the barracks I learned much of what there was to know about my times, my unconscionable century.
    Chapter 2.18 (1% in)
  • Every time I went against him I was unconscionably overmatched.
    Chapter 3.30 (45% in)
  • The God that created man in his own image, Mr. McLean, must be a vile, unconscionable being.
    Chapter 4.34 (32% in)
  • It took him a long time to find the Corps Day entry for 1966, an unconscionably long time.
    Chapter 4.45 (97% in)
  • I would walk along the dark galleries, from arch to arch, from cadre to merciless cadre, from taming to taming, from system to unconscionable system for as long as I lived.
    Chapter 4.49 (8% in)

There are no more uses of "unconscionable" in The Lords of Discipline.

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