He decided to stay away for lunch and tea and supper, and to return at dusk to a penitent, conscience-stricken family.
He must have been conscience-stricken and more to be pitied, perhaps, than condemned.
He did not turn pale, nor did he look guilty and conscience-stricken.
He was conscience-stricken and fully as miserable as she professed to be.
Whitewood laughed in a disconcerted, conscience-stricken manner.
But Clemens, conscience-stricken, "blushed and weakened," as he said.
A significance the deeper, since every word struck home to hearts, conscience-stricken and full of self-upbraiding.
"I had almost forgotten him," he cried in a conscience-stricken tone.
Elfride had then the conscience-stricken look of Guido's Magdalen, rendered upon a more childlike form.
Is a fox-hound not conscience-stricken for his harry of the sheep-fold?