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crisis of conscience

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrisis of consciencecrisis of consciencea situation in which someone feels worried or uncomfortable because they have done something which they think is wrong or immoral crisis
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crisis of conscienceIt struck me that the practice of Thaipusam should not seem that mystifying for anyone who endures a crisis of conscience.Hereford might just have a crisis of conscience tomorrow.A comparison of the two will throw light on the crisis of conscience on both occasions.The crisis of conscience and duty would be too painful.
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