But next morning--for his conscience was one of those persistent consciences--he began to have doubts again.
He continued the treatment throughout the day, and by dinner-time had arranged everything with his conscience in the most satisfactory manner possible.
would not have her, for he knew that she was wicked.
To this his avarice answered, That his conscience
should have considered the matter before, when he deprived poor Jones of his L500.
would never permit me to eat so tough a morsel as the Real Horse.
A dance, for which her partner came to seek her, put an end to her discourse with her future directeur de conscience
, but the next evening Monsieur de Jobert came to see Helene when she was alone, and after that often came again.
An election is a very serious thing; at least it ought to be, and every man ought to vote according to his conscience
, and let his neighbor do the same.
, therefore, usually considered the surest witness to a man's integrity,--his conscience
, unless it might be for the little space of five minutes in the twenty-four hours, or, now and then, some black day in the whole year's circle,--his conscience
bore an accordant testimony with the world's laudatory voice.
After some hesitation, she decided on leaving it to her conscience
to answer that question.
I suppose that Uncle Dave has a conscience
too, hasn't he?
He is a great talent, a clear conscience
, a beautiful art.
Older is the pleasure in the herd than the pleasure in the ego: and as long as the good conscience
is for the herd, the bad conscience
only saith: ego.
Tom's fearful secret and gnawing conscience
dis- turbed his sleep for as much as a week after this; and at breakfast one morning Sid said:
I can imagine nothing more unpleasant than to own a Conscience
," and he winked slyly at his friend the Lion.
And it was a notable observation of a wise father, and no less ingenuously confessed; that those which held and persuaded pressure of consciences
, were commonly interested therein.