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Synonyms for conscientiously

with extreme conscientiousness

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My father, in answering my letter, told me that he conscientiously believed he had done enough in forgiving me for throwing away an excellent education, and disgracing a respectable name.
ON the morning of the fourth day, when it was just sunrise, and we had been tramping an hour in the chill dawn, I came to a resolution: the king MUST be drilled; things could not go on so, he must be taken in hand and deliberately and conscientiously drilled, or we couldn't ever venture to enter a dwelling; the very cats would know this masquerader for a hum- bug and no peasant.
Son Adam, and daughter Martha," said the venerable Father Ephraim, fixing his aged eyes piercingly upon them, "if ye can conscientiously undertake this charge, speak, that the brethren may not doubt of your fitness.
He was the chief agent of the mischief," answered Grandfather; "but we will not suppose that he acted otherwise than conscientiously.
In case this hero should make his appearance after the address we have seen worthy Van Systens at work on so conscientiously, he would not fail to make as much of a sensation as the Stadtholder himself.
I must contrive to bear with you, you mean,' said I; 'for so long as I discharge my functions of steward and house-keeper, so conscientiously and well, without pay and without thanks, you cannot afford to part with me.
He answered me conscientiously, as I was sure he would.
Having once taken the subject up, he read conscientiously everything bearing on it, and intended in the autumn to go abroad to study land systems on the spot, in order that he might not on this question be confronted with what so often met him on various subjects.
When an opportunity offered, he rested them conscientiously.
You do not look frightened," he pronounced, after surveying her conscientiously with his tired and equable gaze.
For, though himself and boat's crew remained untainted, and though his ship was half a rifle-shot off, and an incorruptible sea and air rolling and flowing between; yet conscientiously adhering to the timid quarantine of the land, he peremptorily refused to come into direct contact with the Pequod.
The sheriff said:"You catalogued your collection carefully and conscientiously in order to make its access more easy, and that is a significant aggravating factor.
Between running services at the synagogue he founded on Westover Air Reserve Base, Massachusetts, he conscientiously checked his mailbox for the inevitable Temporary Duty Order, which would advise where he'd be spending the upcoming holiday.
Yes, there's a clause in the 1967 Abortion Act which allows doctors to conscientiously object to performing them but it needs to be changed.
As the country's lead agency on drug prevention and control, the DDB will conscientiously monitor the investigation of this case, make responsible parties answer for any lapses in ensuring security and in the enforcement of laws, and review existing policies and programs to prevent more such incidents from happening.