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conscientious
used in 1776

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Definition
careful to do what is right—especially to perform duties in a thorough manner (as when guided by conscience)
  • In his conscientious way, Bangs proceeded to investigate the darker side of city life that so worried his commander, embarking into the section called the Holy Ground, a foul slum and brothel district west of the Commons, much of which was owned by Trinity Church, hence the name.
    p. 124.6

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