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- adv. In a conscionable manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Reasonably; justly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Conscientiously; according to conscience.
I do not have the emotional ability to grasp how a grown adult would be able to conscionably spray this toxic and excruciatingly painful substance into the faces of these young people, who were peacefully and responsibly expressing their concerns for the world they find themselves growing up in.
I must be because stuff like this could never consciously or conscionably happen in the United States of America.
If they had had mammary glands, maybe they would be harder to conscionably kill.
An honest plaine meaning man, (simply and conscionably) reprehended the malignity, hypocrisie, and misdemeanour of many
Now she was angry with Zainal for this un-conscionably long delay.
And indeed no child of God ever conscionably used this holy exercise, but in the end he obtained his request at the hand of God; both in receiving graces which he wanted, as appears in the examples of Hannah, Jehoshaphat, Nehemiah,
Renew thy vows to walk more conscionably, and pray for an increase of those graces which thou hast, and a supply of those which thou wantest.
He that would receive this holy sacrament with due reverence, must conscionably perform three sorts of duties: First, Those which are to be done before he receives; Secondly, Those that are to be done in the receiving; Thirdly, Those that are to be done after that he has received the sacrament.
But if the Security is casual, then a kind of Ensurance must be enterwoven with the simple natural Interest, which may advance the Usury very conscionably to any height below the Principal it self.
Thus they have chosen to them the most easy things to do them, but love not to be conscionably found in the practice of the other;
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