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1. [a] without scruples or principles; "unscrupulous politicos who would be happy to sell...their country in order to gain power"

2. [s] lacking honesty and oblivious to what is honorable

similar words

1. [a] crooked

2. [a] corrupt

opposite words

1. [a] scrupulous

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