What is another word for unscrupulously?

Pronunciation: [ʌnskɹˈuːpjʊləsli] (IPA)

Unscrupulously is a word that refers to someone who acts without ethical or moral principles. There are many synonyms for this term including dishonestly, deceitfully, fraudulently, unethically, immorally, and dishonorably. Some additional words that could be used to describe somebody who acts unscrupulously include reprehensibly, despicably, nefariously, and shamelessly. Other possible synonyms include ruthlessly, blindly, unfairly, unjustly, and corruptly. Ultimately, the word unscrupulously is a negative adjective that describes a person or behavior that violates accepted ethical standards. To avoid acting in an unscrupulous manner, it is essential to cultivate a strong moral character and follow ethical guidelines in all situations.

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What are the opposite words for unscrupulously?

The word "unscrupulously" refers to a lack of moral or ethical principles. Antonyms for unscrupulously might include words like honestly, ethically, and virtuously. If someone acts honestly, they are doing so with integrity and without deception. Ethical behavior involves understanding and following moral principles and standards. Acting virtuously means doing what is right and just, with a strong sense of duty and honor. Other antonyms for unscrupulously might include responsibly, honorably, and justly. All of these words imply a commitment to doing what is right and good, rather than taking advantage of others or acting selfishly.

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Usage examples for Unscrupulously

I have unscrupulously forgotten what of their definite ideas I have adapted to my own use, but not that I received from them the major portion of my original philosophical capital.
"The Approach to Philosophy"
Ralph Barton Perry
To be quite frank, he seems to me to pursue it ruthlessly, cruelly, unscrupulously.
"Hilda Wade A Woman With Tenacity Of Purpose"
Grant Allen
Much beside there is, painful to talk of, but I hope I have determined to do what is right, and that the determination has not been formed ungently, unscrupulously, nor unaffectionately in respect to the feelings of others.
"The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1 of 2)"
Frederic G. Kenyon

Famous quotes with Unscrupulously

  • In order to be profoundly dishonest, a person must have one of two qualities either he is unscrupulously ambitious, or he is unswervingly egocentric.
    Maya Angelou
  • ...the power [...] has never disarmed, is today in certain respects stronger than ever, possesses a much better disciplined, more unconditionally submissive throng of officials than in any former century, and is only waiting for the hour when it can unscrupulously assert itself.
    Houston Stewart Chamberlain
  • Because he frowned at the cockney cheerfulness of the cheaper economists, they and others represented him as a pessimist, and reduced all his azure infinities to a fit of the blues. But Carlyle's philosophy, more carefully considered, will be found to be dangerously optimist rather than pessimist. As a thinker Carlyle is not sad, but recklessly and rather unscrupulously satisfied. For he seems to have held the theory that good could not be definitely defeated in this world; and that everything in the long run finds its right level.
    Thomas Carlyle

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