- conscience clause,
- conscience money,
- conscientious objection,
- conscientious objector,
- conscious uncoupling
Origin of conscientious
Examples from the Web for conscientiously
A few additional authors have conscientiously penned the wars as researched or imagined or mythologized—but not as lived.
Or vaccinations (although there are individuals who conscientiously object to those as well).
Indeed, the sportsman who kills sparingly and conscientiously is rather the exception than the rule.The Extermination of the American Bison|William T. Hornaday
We can conscientiously recommend 'Neurotonics,' by Dr. Napier, to the careful perusal of our invalid readers.
The angler must proceed to its banks before he can say, conscientiously, that he has ever seen a salmon river.Blacker's Art of Fly Making, &c.|William Blacker
I don't care how conscientiously a man attends to business, he can't always protect himself against meddlesome people.Tales Of Men And Ghosts|Edith Wharton
Dodo remembered his buying this at Mentone on their wedding-tour, and conscientiously walking about the town sight-seeing.Dodo, Volumes 1 and 2|Edward Frederic Benson
1610s, from Middle French conscientieux (16c.; Modern French consciencieux), from Medieval Latin conscientiosus, from conscientia (see conscience). Related: Conscientiously; conscientiousness.