- in all reason and fairness.
- certainly; assuredly.
Origin of conscience
Related formscon·science·less, adjectivecon·science·less·ly, adverbcon·science·less·ness, nounsub·con·science, noun
Can be confusedconscience conscious
Examples from the Web for conscienceless
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 conscienceless
- 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 Formsconscienceless, adjective
Word Origin for conscience
Medicine definitions for conscienceless
Idioms and Phrases with conscienceless
see have a clear conscience; in conscience.