conscientiously

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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSCIENTIOUSLY

When an opportunity offered, he rested them conscientiously.

It was a beauty prize that the jury had conscientiously awarded to Marie Lloyd.

She was working on it silently and conscientiously, ironing the puffs and insertions.

"This is the smoking-room," said Eric, conscientiously firm and unimpressed.

Women have voted as universally and as conscientiously as men.

"I don't mean to say that they were exactly pleased," broke in Lingard, conscientiously.

"No, you are anything but that," declared Mr. Travers, conscientiously.

Conscientiously, sir, I don't know how to differentiate him.

He confided to the renegade that he could not conscientiously eat pork.

Besides, this singular youth could not have conscientiously taken it.

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