Conscionably


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Related to Conscionably: cajolingly, prudentially, bumped up, reassessing

Con´scion`a`bly


adv.1.Reasonably; justly.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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'For observant people of the state, frivolous and needless confrontation with those perceived to harbour or bear divergent political opinions is one area the Akeredolu-led government has consciously and conscionably avoided.
was the accountability strategy and what allowed them to be able to conscionably open the market up to players like ABC Learning (ECQ13 Susan, interview transcript).
The bailee cannot conscionably stonewall and stand idle on the issue of title in the hope that the party entitled will be thrown off the scent.
I remember greatly offending someone who sent me a revision of a poem, and I wrote back, the only honest comment I could conscionably give, "I don't really see any significant difference between this one and the original." It wasn't a sarcastic comment.
"The nonsubmission of accomplishment reports creates doubts as to whether or not funds were used judiciously and conscionably with due regard against waste through improper disposition," it said.