Suppose my hotel “conscientiously objects” to hosting a gay couple.
Or vaccinations (although there are individuals who conscientiously object to those as well).
A few additional authors have conscientiously penned the wars as researched or imagined or mythologized—but not as lived.
By acting thus, we conscientiously believe that Austria has inflicted a serious injury on herself.
When an opportunity offered, he rested them conscientiously.
The diligence and prolonged labor which he conscientiously gave his official duties were truly exemplary.
She was working on it silently and conscientiously, ironing the puffs and insertions.
Nicholas conducted the arrangements as conscientiously as he might have conducted a legal argument.
"This is the smoking-room," said Eric, conscientiously firm and unimpressed.
Upon the whole, he conscientiously believed the Treaty to be a bad one.