unconscientious

[ kon-shee-en-shuhs, kon-see- ]SEE DEFINITION OF unconscientious
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Often, unconscientious pleasure-seekers roam the roads in their auto.

That woman ought not to be at large—so rich and good-looking and unconscientious!

Yet it is one of the most unconscientious diaries ever written.

I trust that you have given me credit, Mr. Gammon, for offering no vexatious or unconscientious obstacles.

Nay, but God forbid that any unconscientious advantage should be taken on my behalf!

My publications alone heal more sickness than an unconscientious student can begin to reach.

It was not the intention of William Williams to act with unconscientious haste—but he would watch and weigh the evidence.

Under an unconscientious King it might be squandered broadcast among his minions or his mistresses.

Please to come in a very mischievous, unconscientious, theatre-loving humor.

The present agitation was a dissolving view, unconscientious and useless, and quickly accomplished.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from Middle French conscientieux (16c.; Modern French consciencieux), from Medieval Latin conscientiosus, from conscientia (see conscience). Related: Conscientiously; conscientiousness.

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