Antonyms
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1. unscrupulous

adjective. ['ənˈskruːpjələs'] without scruples or principles.

Antonyms

  • scrupulous

Etymology

  • scrupulous (English)
  • un- (English)
  • on- (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Words that Rhyme with Unscrupulous

  • anomalous
  • belous
  • callous
  • credulous
  • fabulous
  • frivolous
  • garrulous
  • incredulous
  • jealous
  • kalous
  • libelous
  • marvelous
  • meticulous
  • miraculous
  • nebulous
  • overzealous
  • pendulous
  • perilous
  • populous
  • querulous

Example sentences of the word unscrupulous


1. Adjective
For unscrupulous dealers, the collector's market bolsters the claim that the bonds are valuable in themselves.

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