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conscience British & World English

A person’s moral sense of right and wrong, viewed as acting as a guide to one’s behaviour

conscience English Thesaurus

her conscience wouldn't allow her to keep silent any longer

in conscience British & World English

Given the fact that this is probably wrong; in fairness

conscience clause British & World English

A clause in a law providing for exemption or other allowances on the grounds of moral or religious conscience

conscience money British & World English

Money paid because of feelings of guilt, especially about a payment that one has evaded

social conscience British & World English

A sense of responsibility or concern for the problems and injustices of society

on one's conscience British & World English

Weighing heavily and guiltily on one’s mind

conscience-stricken British & World English

Made uneasy by a guilty conscience

conscience-stricken English Thesaurus

maybe he is conscience-stricken at having arranged their deaths

freedom of conscience British & World English

The right to follow one’s own beliefs in matters of religion and morality

prisoner of conscience British & World English

A person who has been put in prison for holding political or religious views that are not tolerated in the state in which they live

in conscience in conscience British & World English

Given the fact that this is probably wrong; in fairness

on one's conscience in conscience British & World English

Weighing heavily and guiltily on one’s mind

in all conscience in conscience British & World English

Given the fact that this is probably wrong; in fairness