Here stands its Government, aware of its might but obedient to its conscience.
The distinctive principle of the book was that the State had a conscience.
But as Mr. Gladstone was then, so he has been all his life—the very Quixote of conscience.
In our own single manhood to be bold, Fortressed in conscience and impregnable.'
Yes, indeed; I got more by that means, than I should have had the conscience to ask.
Your conscience must tell you that I have the right to do so.
Conscience, he said, was the soul's safeguard, and reason the safeguard of the heart and intellect.
Yet, despite her innocence, the world would not let her live according to her own conscience.
For that very reason, she suffered much from a conscience newly clamorous.
For the time being, conscience was muted by gratified ambition.