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conscience (KAHN shuhns) (noun)
A knowledge or awareness of right and wrong; with a compulsion to do the right thing: The teacher emphasized that each student should let his or her conscience be her or his guide when deciding what to do.
conscientious (kahn" shee EN shuhs) (adjective)
Referring to what one knows is right and showing care and precision with painstaking efforts to do something properly: Lana was a conscientious reporter, always checking her facts before writing the story.
conscious (KAHN shuhs) (adjective)
Having a feeling or knowledge of one's own sensations, feelings, etc.; or being aware of one's external environment: Standing on the edge of the canyon, Madeline was conscious of the vast beauty of the place.

Arnold was still fully conscious after the local anesthetic was administered.

Conscience is the voice some people never hear until they are caught doing something wrong; while truly conscientious people are those whose consciences tell them to do the right thing even when they are conscious that they won't get caught.

conscious
1. Sharing in the knowledge of, having cognizance of, being a witness to; mentally alive or awake.
2. Having internal perception or consciousness.
3. Aware of what one is doing or intending to do; having a purpose and intention in one's actions.
4. Objective or aware of one's consciousness; known to oneself, felt, sensible.
5. Etymology: from Latin conscius, "knowing, aware"; from conscire; from Latin scire, "to know"; probably a loan-translation of Greek syneidos.