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Conchy
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Conchy: Conscientious objector, one who refuses to serve in the military due to personal reasons of conscience, conchie
Confess
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Confess: To make confession to disclose sins or faults, or the state of the conscience. Every tongue shall confess to God. Rom. xiv. 1 To acknowledge to admit to concede.
Conscience money
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Conscience money: Money given to ease the givers sense of guilt or wrongdoing
Conscience-stricken
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Conscience-stricken: Feeling regret, feeling troubled because of ones actions
Conscienced
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Conscienced: Without conscience indifferent to conscience unscrupulous. Conscienceless and wicked patrons. Hookre.
Conscient
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Conscient: Conscious. [R.] Bacon.
Conscientious
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Conscientious: Influenced by conscience governed by a strict regard to the dictates of conscience, or by the known or supposed rules of right and wrong said of a person.
Conscientiously
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Conscientiously: In a conscientious manner as a matter of conscience hence faithfully accurately 6. completely.
Conscientiousness
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Conscientiousness: The quality of being conscientious a scrupulous regard to the dictates of conscience.
Conscionable
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Conscionable: Governed by, or according to, conscience reasonable just. Let my debtors have conscionable satisfaction. Sir H. Wotton.
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