unconscientiousness love



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

  • n. the trait of not being painstaking or careful
  • n. the quality of being willing to ignore the dictates of conscience


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  • An island is fine enough, in all conscience or piratic unconscientiousness, but an island in a river sounds like the beginning of the greatest adventure story on earth.

    Alarms and Discursions

  • Nor during those years of youthful wanderings, does he ever seem, except upon one memorable occasion, to have been made to suffer from the unconscientiousness, the harshness, the infidelity, the indifference of the men and women whom he met, any more than in his boyhood he had suffered from the severity of his masters, the brutality of his tutor-servants, or the ill-nature of his fellow pupils.

    The Countess of Albany

  • Indeed, if we must adjudge to French journalists the palm for gracefulness and sprightliness, we cannot withhold it from them for unconscientiousness.

    Frederic Chopin as a Man and Musician

  • The nervous unconscientiousness of Duthil, threatened with denunciation, was seen to revive; so, too, the anxious anger of the Baron, who was meditating how he might possibly manage to content Silviane.

    The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete Lourdes, Rome and Paris

  • “therefore” that I detect the unconscientiousness of this bird.

    A Tangled Tale


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