conscientiousness

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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSCIENTIOUSNESS

"A tribute to my conscientiousness," the Minister replied, smiling.

Alas for that conscientiousness of which she had once been proud!

Regarding the conscientiousness of their motives, opinions were divided.

It is needless to look for conscientiousness or honesty in the Orient.

Hope is not adjacent to Conscientiousness, but parallel to Religion.

Exterior to Conscientiousness comes Patriotism, or love of country.

This conscientiousness was seen in the issue of the first edition of his Narrative.

"Your conscientiousness does you credit, Lyman," said the Governor.

And we would have been inclined to say, Here is an example of conscientiousness.

"I do not call it conscientiousness to tell another's secrets," I returned.

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