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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.
He pronounced the word conscientiously to punish himself for dreading it.
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.
Yes, those who err unconsciously, who can do so conscientiously, that is, those who have no suspicion of their being in error.
A young bank clerk who accompanied Crawley to the office was a type of what I might call the conscientiously unprincipled man.
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.
To watch above her conscientiously was a harassing business.
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.
- “While Ms. Thompson did her job conscientiously, that is less clear of Mr. Biskupic.
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.