- being in conformity with one's conscience; just.
Origin of conscionable
Related Words for conscionableprecise, cautious, scrupulous, accurate, fastidious, thorough, strict, painstaking, conscientious, exact, fussy, diligent, earnest, assiduous, strenuous, exacting, careful, expeditious, dependable, meticulous
Examples from the Web for conscionable
Historical Examples of conscionable
Be conscionable and faithful in performing all the labour and duty of a servant.
Conscionable practising what you know, is an excellent help to understanding, John xii.
Come, come, thou must be conscionable; great and secret service may deserve both this and a better thing.Kenilworth
Sir Walter Scott
And hereby it hath dolefully hindered the gospel, while the persecutors have silenced many worthy, conscionable preachers of it.A Christian Directory
- obsolete acceptable to one's conscience