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  • "I will see them both," returned the inspector; "I must conscientiously perform my duty."
  • I shall do my duty as conscientiously as I can, and fulfil my promise to the dying man.
  • As to the left-hand one, he conscientiously repeated the same signals, which were finally transmitted to the Minister of the Interior.
  • He would not, however, yield immediately to the young man’s request, but made a few conscientious objections.
  • Well, I have not intercepted your confidence, and yet I know all that as well as you, and I have no conscientious scruples.
  • With this consoling idea, I leave you, madame, and most prudent wife, without any conscientious reproach for abandoning you; you have friends left, and the ashes I have already mentioned, and above all the liberty I hasten to restore to you.
  • In short, doctor although I know you to be the most conscientious man in the world, and although I place the utmost reliance in you, I want, notwithstanding my conviction, to believe this axiom, errare humanum est." "Is there one of my brethren in whom you have equal confidence with myself?"

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  • She is conscientious in the lab.
  • Some of the faculty are pretty conscientious.
    J.D. Salinger  --  The Catcher in the Rye

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