conscientious

[ kon-shee-en-shuhs, kon-see- ]SEE DEFINITION OF conscientious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSCIENTIOUS

By common consent he was pre-eminently God-fearing, orderly and conscientious.

In all this he has been upright, disinterested and conscientious in word and deed.

For he was conscientious and must open shop with a fresh supply each day.

He was a most conscientious man, and whatever he undertook to do, he did thoroughly.

His landscapes were conscientious and excellent in intent, but his real passion was music.

"Dear Babs," murmured Mrs. Shelley with conscientious enthusiasm.

She went about it in her thorough, conscientious little way.

It may be that some of you have conscientious scruples against the use of intoxicants.

She's so conscientious she might be for givin' up her schoolin' and comin' down here to help us.

But the conscientious uncles and aunts were inexorable as the Fates.

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