conscience in a Sentence

The man who has a clear conscience is happy.

My conscience does not permit it.

My conscience pricks me whenever I do something wrong.

A guilty conscience needs no accusation.

I will not act against my conscience.

He acts as his conscience dictates.

Guilty conscience is always suspicious.

The murderer was troubled by his conscience and decided to give himself up to the police.

He has a clear conscience and knows no fear.

On your conscience this will lie.

He seems to possess a clear conscience.

The sense of guilt pricks his conscience.

A guilty conscience needs no accuser.

My conscience pricks me whenever I do something wrong.

A guilty conscience accuses itself.

A guilty conscience needs no accuse.

The thief surrendered to the police when his conscience pricked.

Listen to the voice of your conscience.

Guilty conscience is always suspicious.

He has a clear conscience and knows no fear.

A man with guilty conscience dare not look you in the face.

We should hear the voice of our conscience.

A guilty conscience needs no accuser.

A clear conscience is always victorious.

My conscience does not permit it

He is objective and fair in his judgements and true to his conscience.

The man who has a clear conscience is happy.

His conscience is clear.

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