Injun had no scruples at all.
"Injun and Whitey to the Rescue" by William S. Hart
It is really not a case for little scruples about reputation.
"The Half-Hearted" by John Buchan
You seem to have been troubled with no such scruples.
"A Lost Leader" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
He was upright, honorable, and virtuous; entertaining religious scruples similar to the Friends.
"The Condition, Elevation, Emigration, and Destiny of the Colored People of the United States" by Martin R. Delany
Baroudi was as totally devoid of ordinary scruples as the average well-bred Englishman is full of them.
"Bella Donna" by Robert Hichens
He confided his scruples to Edith.
"The Helpmate" by May Sinclair
I desire to appear to the best advantage before her, and I shall not scruple at the means.
"Clemence" by Retta Babcock
I know what your judgment is worth when you can get rid of those scruples.
"Great Possessions" by Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
Toyner had had many scruples of mind before he took this office.
"The Zeit-Geist" by Lily Dougall
The king, from a religious scruple, had for too long suspended the execution of the decree of reunion.
"History of the Girondists, Volume I" by Alphonse de Lamartine
No such scruples of modesty troubled Mrs. Romer.
"Vera Nevill" by Mrs. H. Lovett Cameron
A scruple is a little sharp stone formerly used as a measure of weight.
"Explanation of Catholic Morals" by John H. Stapleton
Besides, he will have no Time to attend to the Suggestions of his Scruples.
"The Amours of Zeokinizul, King of the Kofirans" by Claude Prosper Jolyot de Crébillon
This Prince of ours rather prided himself on his conscientious scruples.
"King John of Jingalo" by Laurence Housman
I did not come into the world without my scruples and suspicions.
"Arthur Mervyn" by Charles Brockden Brown
As for her daughter, she had no scruple about letting her go with a man who was quite a stranger.
"Madame Flirt" by Charles E. Pearce
Henrietta did not scruple to seize the hand of the embarrassed gentleman.
"The Poor Plutocrats" by Maurus Jókai
He would play his part now without a scruple.
"The Victim" by Thomas Dixon
She had not scrupled to break with him in order to contract a marriage of convenience.
"The Child of Pleasure" by Gabriele D'Annunzio
He brushed scruples aside for the end in view.
"The Mermaid" by Lily Dougall
By glamour haloed, leering Lust
So angel-like appears
That Scruple loses her distrust,
And Innocence her fears.
"Prosperity" by Bernard O Dowd
``Then without scruple, pity, or restraint,
Cleave you your conquering way; for there is nought,
Of all that worldlings crave and hirelings paint,
But can be seized or bought.
"Sacred And Profane Love" by Alfred Austin
Good icy arrow, piercing thoroughly!
Most timely came it from their dreams to wrest
The sluggish scruples laid too long to rest,—
And all my Christian blood hymned fervently.
"I've Seen Again The One Child" by Paul Verlaine
I tell thee, then, thy scruples to remove,
As plain as words can point it out — that God
Did not chastise thee out of hate, but love,
When thou wert beaten with affliction's rod.
"A Letter From Sir Lewis Mansel Of Margam, In Glamorganshire, As 'Tis Suppos'd, To The Vicar Prichard" by Rees Prichard
Yet who would forego his all-glorious embrace
At the thought that those glories must sink,
Tho' the dull band of Night will arrest his bright race
Shall we scruple his noontide to drink ?
"Summer" by Laura Sophia Temple
A man renown’d for repartee
Will seldom scruple to make free
With friendship’s finest feeling,
Will thrust a dagger at your breast,
And say he wounded you in jest,
By way of balm for healing.
"Friendship" by William Cowper