Synonyms for Conscientiously:

adv

fastidiously (adverb)
fastidiously, precisely, properly, correctly, exactingly, carefully, fussily, primly, squeamishly, meticulously, diligently, delicately, rigorously, priggishly, daintily, particularly, scrupulously, flawlessly, perspicaciously, Hypercritically, critically, severely, accurately, methodically.
reliably (adverb)
faithfully, certainly, reliably, dependably, trustworthily, loyally.
vigilantly (adverb)
diligently, fastidiously, providently, prudently, precisely, meticulously, carefully, attentively, thoughtfully, cautiously, heedfully, fussily, vigilantly, exactingly, particularly, thoroughly, strictly, alertly, watchfully, scrupulously, mindfully.

adv.

all (adverb)
religiously, scrupulously.
carefully (adverb)
scrupulously, dependably, faithfully, reliably, fastidiously, delicately, providently, thoughtfully, attentively, particularly, thoroughly, precisely, correctly, vigilantly, heedfully, watchfully, meticulously, prudently, rigorously.
fastidiously (adverb)
fastidiously, precisely, properly, correctly, exactingly, carefully, fussily, primly, squeamishly, meticulously, diligently, delicately, rigorously, priggishly, daintily, particularly, scrupulously, flawlessly, perspicaciously, Hypercritically, critically, severely, accurately, methodically.
loyally (adverb)
trustworthily.
reliably (adverb)
faithfully, certainly, reliably, dependably, trustworthily, loyally.
right (adverb)
properly.
thoroughly (adverb)
carefully.
vigilantly (adverb)
heedfully, strictly, thoroughly, cautiously, providently, prudently, alertly, mindfully, vigilantly, watchfully, attentively, thoughtfully.
well (adverb)
accurately.

n.

conscientiously (noun)
religiously, scrupulously.

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Other relevant words:
religiously.

Usage examples for conscientiously

  1. " These were my questions," she continued; " and those who could not conscientiously say Yes, ought not, I said, to take the charge of children. – The Young Emigrants; Madelaine Tube; The Boy and the Book; and Crystal Palace by Susan Anne Livingston Ridley Sedgwick
  2. In him the last vestige of prejudice and race distinction disappeared, and he conscientiously devoted himself to the study, not only of the present, but also of the past of the Jews, to be in a better position to lend them his assistance. – The Haskalah Movement in Russia by Jacob S. Raisin