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  • adv. In a conscientious manner; attentively.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a conscientious manner; as a matter of conscience; hence; faithfully; accurately; completely.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a conscientious manner; according to the dictates of conscience; with a strict regard to right and wrong.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. with extreme conscientiousness


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  • As soon as I reached Washington, Miss Anthony ordered me to remain conscientiously in my own apartment and to prepare a speech for delivery before the committees of the Senate and House, and another, as President, for the opening of the council.

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  • He pronounced the word conscientiously to punish himself for dreading it.

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  • The old man did not conceal from himself that it was hard, cruelly hard, for the physician to follow his calling conscientiously at such a time; but he knew his friend; he had seen him during months of pestilence two years since -- always brisk, decisive and gay, indeed inspired to greater effort by the greater demands on him.

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  • Yes, those who err unconsciously, who can do so conscientiously, that is, those who have no suspicion of their being in error.

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  • A young bank clerk who accompanied Crawley to the office was a type of what I might call the conscientiously unprincipled man.

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  • There are some refusals which, though they may be done what is called conscientiously, yet carry so much of their whole horror in the very act of them, that a man must in doing them not only harden but slightly corrupt his heart.

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  • To watch above her conscientiously was a harassing business.

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  • The public official does not identify the rule that would best promote her own preferences and then apply (or not apply) that rule; rather she "conscientiously" applies the rule that "ought" to govern the event.

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  • - “While Ms. Thompson did her job conscientiously, that is less clear of Mr. Biskupic.

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  • In his ruling Lord Justice Sedley said that the issue had been 'conscientiously' dealt with by BA, which offered to move Eweida to work without contact with the public.

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