overscrupulous

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After all, might there not be such a thing as an overscrupulous judgment of motive and action for the man of the world?

I don't like to see you letting success and—and all the rest of it pass you by, when other men, not so overscrupulous, do succeed.

Both were determined to make money when it was possible, and were, sometimes, not overscrupulous in their transactions.

Each class is rigidly sure of the rightness of its own ends and hence not overscrupulous about the means of attaining them.

Had the well-beloved Honoria, in a moment of overscrupulous conscientiousness permitted herself to hoist danger signals?

Women, then as now, ready to sacrifice themselves, are less ready to permit those dear to them to be overscrupulous.

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