EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSCIENCELESS
He had none of the direct, passionate, conscienceless resolution of Laertes.
The wound she had received from Philip had left her conscienceless towards Pete.
The village life abounds with jokers, Shiftless, conscienceless and shrewd.
I will help him throw off the shackles with which conscienceless capitalism has fettered him.
If you want to and if I want you to, it shows that you are cruel and I conscienceless.
We should, they say, pardon the conscienceless and obstinate.
This Fox was one of the most conscienceless wretches and desperadoes that ever lived.
It was gall to the conscienceless junior to be thus baldly snubbed.
That conscienceless Celt would make a banking-account of her—nothing else.
It was that conscienceless, ambitious, treacherous Stoutenburg!
early 13c., from Old French conscience "conscience, innermost thoughts, desires, intentions; feelings" (12c.), from Latin conscientia "knowledge within oneself, sense of right, a moral sense," from conscientem (nominative consciens), present participle of conscire "be (mutually) aware," from com- "with," or "thoroughly" (see com-) + scire "to know" (see science).
Probably a loan-translation of Greek syneidesis, literally "with-knowledge." Sometimes nativized in Old English/Middle English as inwit. Russian also uses a loan-translation, so-vest, "conscience," literally "with-knowledge."
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