conscience-stricken[ kon-shuh ns-strik-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF conscience-stricken
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She was now in a moment so conscience-stricken that her very basket partook of the change.
He must have been conscience-stricken and more to be pitied, perhaps, than condemned.
Caroline, he was the most distressed and conscience-stricken man in the city.
He was conscience-stricken and fully as miserable as she professed to be.
But Clemens, conscience-stricken, "blushed and weakened," as he said.
"I had almost forgotten him," he cried in a conscience-stricken tone.
Mina was puzzled, but did not go so far wrong as to conceive him conscience-stricken.
Is a fox-hound not conscience-stricken for his harry of the sheep-fold?
She did not seem in the least conscience-stricken; she said: “Thank goodness, at last!”
Hugh was not in the least conscience-stricken at her evident lack of composure.