This is a very amusing (but scarce and unconscionably dear) book.
In short, truth is only too often most unconscionably sacrificed to effect.
The storm had held off unconscionably long; the air within the lodge was stifling, and without the garden waited, breathless.
He was a passionate, impatient worker, too often unconscionably superficial.
They were unconscionably amused when he suddenly reached out and took his wife's hand in his big fingers.
"I fear I have paid you an unconscionably long visit," I said.
At any rate, he did not hesitate to exploiter them most unconscionably.
The afternoon promised to be unconscionably long in reaching four o'clock, and Forbes set out for another saunter down the Avenue.
In the back, down to her girdle and in the front down——unconscionably low.
It seemed to Gustave that Fanny's conversation with the count was unconscionably long.