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conscientious
used in Great Expectations

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careful to do what is right—especially to perform duties in a thorough manner (as when guided by conscience)
  • —Take another glass of wine, and excuse my mentioning that society as a body does not expect one to be so strictly conscientious in emptying one's glass, as to turn it bottom upwards with the rim on one's nose."
    Chapter 22 (36% in)

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