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Conscious

Antonyms for conscious:

unaware, senseless, unmindful, ignorant, unconscious, uninformed, unintentional, forced, unfeeling.

Synonyms for conscious:

Sense 1

deliberately, alive, privy to, mind, reasonable, redolent, insomnia, clear-sighted, nostalgic, catchy, purposely, haunting, rational, knowledgeable, studiously, scripted, forgotten, deliberate, sleepless, memorable, wakeful, memorial, insomniac, unforgettable, dimly, prearranged, retentive.

Sense 2

etched, elusive, with-it, restless, live, organized, knowingly, consciously, blurred, suggestive, wistful, expressly, commemorative, arousal, reminiscent.

Sense 3

foggy, heedful, consciousness, immortal.

Sense 4

hazy, know, faint, vague.

Sense 9

dim, express.

Sense 10

short, up.

Sense 13

long.

wakeful

waking.

waking

awake.

alert, awake (adjective)

cognizant, attentive, assured, informed, responsive, sentient, witting, Apprised, mindful, aware, sensible.

all (adjective)

witting.

aware (adjective)

feeling, cognizant, familiar with, sensory, perceptive, responsive, observant, aware, astute, sentient, Apprised, mindful, attentive, appreciative, sensitive.

deliberate (adjective)

planned, deliberate, voluntary, considered, intended, purposive, intentional, studied, willful, premeditated, prearranged, calculated.

existent (adjective)

live.

impressionable (adjective)

sensitive.

intentional (adjective)

premeditated, deliberate, calculated, rational, self-conscious, willful, studied.

knowing (adjective)

with-it.

sensitive (adjective)

sensory.

wakeful (adjective)

waking.

Sense 1 (noun)

knowledgeable.

Sense 3 (noun)

dim, faint, foggy, catchy, heedful, dimly, etched, commemorative, elusive, blurred.

Sense 4 (noun)

deliberately, consciously, knowingly.

conscious (noun)

aware, witting, alert, intended, sentient, semiconscious, self-conscious, awake.

Usage examples for conscious:

  • Well, if it were so, of course we would not be conscious of it. - "Quiet Talks on Service", S. D. Gordon.
  • And she seemed conscious that she was " being different...." - "The Disturbing Charm", Berta Ruck.
  • Gerald hesitated, and looked self- conscious. - "The Old Wives' Tale", Arnold Bennett.

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