To make conscience of

Definition of To make conscience of

to act according to the dictates of conscience concerning (any matter), or to scruple to act contrary to its dictates.
- Howell.

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To make a dead set
To make a face
To make a fool of
To make a good board
To make a lip
To make a march
To make a move
To make a point
To make a point of
To make a stand
To make account
To make account of
To make an ass of one's self
To make an out
To make as if
To make away
To make away with
To make book
To make both ends meet
To make common cause with
-To make conscience of-
To make dainty
To make ducks and drakes
To make fair weather
To make fast
To make foul water
To make free with
To make friends with
To make fun of
To make game of
To make good weather
To make haste
To make head
To make it strange
To make it tough
To make it wise
To make land
To make light of
To make mischief
To make money
to make moot
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