unconscientious


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unconscientious

(ˌʌnˌkɒnʃɪˈɛnʃəs)
adj
careless
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Adj.1.unconscientious - not conscientious;
conscientious - guided by or in accordance with conscience or sense of right and wrong; "a conscientious decision to speak out about injustice"
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Good faith connotes an honest intention to abstain from taking unconscientious advantage of another.
It is perfectly logical for Holocaust survivors and their families to object to easy unconscientious analogies.
Given that context, nothing offended me more deeply than attempts to portray me as dishonest, unconscientious, uncaring, or self-serving when it came to Emily's medical care.
A finding of unconscionable conduct requires (i) the existence of a special disadvantage in the weaker party; (33) (ii) knowledge of that disadvantage on the part of the stronger party; (34) and (iii) the unconscientious taking of advantage by the latter.
Officials who turn greedy and unconscientious are frequently the root cause of administrative failures and dysfunction, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
On the other hand, some people in an unconscientious mood may also tend to generate slightly higher belief scores (Irwin, 2003), as may participants in a "good mood" at the time of testing (e.g., King, Burton, Hicks, & Drigotas, 2007).
The contract must be just, fair, and reasonable, must not have originated in mistake, surprise, violation of confidence, breach of trust, advantage of condition, nor been obtained by any unconscientious or unfair methods.
4, 117) shows them giving guidance to the unconscientious, and thereby leading the Buddha to prescribe a rule against doing so.
We have to be true to ourselves, tap into our conscience and point out not just legally for God's sake the truth deep within us on why we want to destroy the future of our children by living in denial of our unconscientious ways of self-governance.
conduct or the unconscientious exercise of legal rights.
In his 1904 essay, the "old teacher" or the "father," as the new generation of progressive Muslims would refer to Gasprinskiy, (52) criticizes the Muslim intellectuals' unconscientious effort to excel in their professional careers or become cultivated in ways defined by a cosmopolitan high culture filtered through the sensitivities of Russian educated society while failing to promote or even learn about their native culture.
By choosing and planting non gmo seeds organic at home, we're not only ensuring our family's health and safety but also joining the fight against these unconscientious GMO companies.