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Idioms for conscience
- in all reason and fairness.
- certainly; assuredly.
Origin of conscience
OTHER WORDS FROM consciencecon·science·less, adjectivecon·science·less·ly, adverbcon·science·less·ness, nounsub·con·science, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH conscienceconscience , conscious
Words nearby conscience
Example sentences from the Web for conscience
So I question how anyone with a brain, a conscience, empathy or decency would even consider voting for this megalomaniac who is single-handedly destroying our democracy and turning us into the next Belarus.
She transfixed the nation as a member of the House Impeachment Committee, for many, the voice of the conscience of our nation.Melinda Gates, Ai-jen Poo, and 9 more women on what the 19th Amendment’s 100th anniversary means to them|ehinchliffe|August 18, 2020|Fortune
Better to be a beggar in freedom,” he cried out, “than to be forced into compromises against my conscience.
Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, Oskar Schindler—these names come readily to mind when we think of heroes of conscience.
Fellow Kurdish prisoners of conscience in other cities across Iran have followed suit.Remembering Iran’s Imprisoned Kurds on UN Human Rights Day|Sharif Behruz, Movements.Org|December 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At Big Apple Circus, a set of camels is as exotic as it gets, so your conscience can remain unsullied.
“For McConnell it actually was a vote of conscience against his party and against his friend,” says the GOP staffer.And Now Mitch McConnell Is the ‘Pro-Woman’ Candidate!|Eleanor Clift|October 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And Clemens, though his conscience pricked him, obeyed, as was his habit at such times.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete|Albert Bigelow Paine
She must suffer, her conscience must trouble her, in a way her life must be as hard to bear as his.Fast as the Wind|Nat Gould
But these conditions, as I have shown, produce a conscience, the representative of society in the consciousness of the individual.Morals and the Evolution of Man|Max Simon Nordau
Conscience told him that it would be better to be perfectly straight with his wife.A Duet|Arthur Conan Doyle
But this question remained unanswered; the young girl did not dare, so to speak, to listen to the response made by her conscience.The Knight of Malta|Eugene Sue
British Dictionary definitions for conscience
- the sense of right and wrong that governs a person's thoughts and actions
- regulation of one's actions in conformity to this sense
- a supposed universal faculty of moral insight
- with regard to truth and justice
Derived forms of conscienceconscienceless, adjective
Word Origin for conscience
Medical definitions for conscience
Idioms and Phrases with conscience
see have a clear conscience; in conscience.