scrupulousness

NOUN
  1. strict attention to minute details
  2. conformity to high standards of ethics or excellence
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How To Use scrupulousness In A Sentence

  • Esclairmonde -- nay, after every glance towards her -- as though it were a blessed thing to have, like her, chosen the better part; he knew she would approve his resort to the home of piety and learning; he was aware that when with Ralf Percy and the other youths of the Court he was ashamed of his own scrupulousness, and tempted to neglect observances that they might call monkish and unmanly; and he was not at all sure that in face of the enemy a panic might not seize him and disgrace him for ever! The Caged Lion
  • We always stick to the business philosophy:" Scrupulousness, Practicality, Aggressiveness, Creativeness" and dedicate ourselves to provide our clients with comprehensive transportation service.
  • And yet these are also the people whose evasiveness and unscrupulousness makes them the least likely to be affected by a geographically bounded anti-spam law.
  • It was, according to Balzac, a world in which talent counted for nothing, and bribery, intrigue and unscrupulousness were the key factors in success.
  • He is presented as a simon-pure free trader whose ‘scrupulousness continued to the end.’
  • Trollope returned to England from Australia in 1872 and, disgusted by the unscrupulousness and greed he found one of whose features was easily secured mortgages, he wrote a satire attacking the shady financiers and those who kowtowed to them. The way we live now? Follow the money back to Anthony Trollope…
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