Definition of 'conscience-stricken'
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Even worse were the faces of his friends, his stepfather, Stephen and Baldwin de Hodnet, his conscience-stricken cousins Madog and Hywel.HERE BE DRAGONS (2003)
But John wasn't just any young man, and any disaster that could make him look so defeated and so conscience-stricken must be very, very bad.T2®: THE FUTURE WAR (2003)
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