unconscientious love



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  • adjective Not conscientious.

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  • adjective not conscientious


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un- +‎ conscientious


  •  It made the vacuuming sound that only especially unconscientious people, like toddlers, allow openly in public.

    The Kiss

  • The unconscientious killing had infuriated the president, who ordered the Philippine National Police to track down the killers in the soonest possible time before they could harm other people again.

    Crack Police Probe Suspects in Laguna Bank Robbery Murders

  • He rounded the building in which the President of the Council resided, an able and active, but unconscientious man, who, neither in his own affairs, nor in those of the

    The Surgeon's Daughter

  • I cannot remember much of which we spoke, for I was an unconscientious conversationalist that afternoon.

    Kate Morton Ebook Collection

  • I cannot remember much of which we spoke, for I was an unconscientious conversationalist that afternoon.

    The House at Riverton

  • Julian Avenel — that unconscientious baron would not stick to plunder the exiled stranger — Let him remain here — the spot is secluded, and if the accommodation be beneath his quality, discovery will become the less likely.

    The Monastery

  • Whether it was conscientious or unconscientious on her behalf, does not really matter.

    Callie Shell

  • And then dump these tires into the ocean where marine species have been observed to deteriorate due to damaged coral reefs brought about by destructive fishing methods used by unconscientious big fishing boats owned by influential people.

    Rubber tires as sanctuary for marine species

  • And with that conscientiousness, which ever distinguished him in an unconscientious world, Soames had decided to go through them first and destroy them afterwards.

    On Forsyte 'Change

  • Many people could be immediately identified but like rather bad portraits of themselves in which an unconscientious and malevolent artist had hardened the features of one, taken away the freshness of complexion or slight-ness of figure of another and darkened the look of a third.

    Time Regained


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