conscionable

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It is in my judgment a considerable mistake to suggest to him a view of "the laws," the faithful execution of which he has undertaken to assure, that is any narrower than the whole as he conscionably and attentively understands them to be.
But sensitivity to the process underpinnings of that rule required that exceptions be noted when faith in process cannot conscionably be expressed.
Allowing little to the distinction between error and heresy, he and other episcopal writers refused to see the 'difference between allowing people to believe what they liked and permitting beliefs which were deemed to be conscionably held'.
Sometimes you can't conscionably do the latter," he says.
13) A pragmatic museum might conscionably decide that it is better to compromise such questions than litigate them.