Definition of in all conscience in English:

in (all) conscience

Given the fact that this is probably wrong; in fairness: how can we in all conscience justify the charging of fees for such a service?
More example sentences
  • How could the council, in all conscience, have made an application to cull knowing that the only method previously tried to control the geese was asking people in the park not to feed them?
  • And where, in all conscience, should they move on to?
  • Britain's fishing ministers should, in all conscience, have accepted the total closure of the North Sea for the protection of threatened fish stocks.
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