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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
Example sentences from the Web for conscience
They're not just conscienceless industrial killing machines.
There was always “that dreadful Southern vivacity” and the locals with the “conscienceless” eyes.
I don't like what you and your sister have said about the Cause and the conscienceless obedience exacted from its members.The Chief Legatee|Anna Katharine Green
Dorian Gray has not got a cool, calculating, conscienceless character at all.Miscellanies|Oscar Wilde
But conscienceless trickeries they were, and, as such, singular grounds for historical enthusiasm.The Evolution of States|J. M. Robertson
I realised that here was an excuse, hatched up by that conscienceless young Celt, to return shortly.Miss Million's Maid|Bertha Ruck
We have given a general outline of crime and its relation to the conscienceless, fattening Trust.The Vice Bondage of a Great City or the Wickedest City in the World|Robert O. Harland
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.