conscious

conscious
conscious [adj1] alert, awake able to recognize, acquainted, aesthetic, alive to, apperceptive, apprised, assured, attentive, au courant, aware, certain, cognizant, conversant, discerning, felt, hep to*, informed, in on*, in right mind, keen, knowing, known, mindful, noticing, noting, observing, on to*, perceiving, percipient, recognizing, remarking, responsive, seeing, sensible, sensitive to, sentient, supraliminal, sure, understanding, vigilant, watchful, wise to*, with it*, witting; concepts 402,539 —Ant. ignorant, impassive, indifferent, senseless, unaware, unconscious, unmindful, unresponsive conscious [adj2] intentional affected, calculated, deliberate, knowing, mannered, premeditated, rational, reasoning, reflective, responsible, self-conscious, studied, willful; concepts 403,535 —Ant. indifferent, not deliberate, unconscious, unfeeling, unintentional, unstudied

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  • Conscious — Con scious, a. [L. conscius; con + scire to know. See {Conscience}.] 1. Possessing the faculty of knowing one s own thoughts or mental operations. [1913 Webster] Some are thinking or conscious beings, or have a power of thought. I. Watts. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • conscious — I (awake) adjective able to recognize, active, acute, alert, alive, animate, astir, breathing, endowed with life, enlivened, existent, existing, extant, imbued with life, in existence, inspirited, live, living, mortal, vivified II (aware)… …   Law dictionary

  • conscious — [kän′shəs] adj. [L conscius, knowing, aware < conscire: see CONSCIENCE] 1. having a feeling or knowledge (of one s own sensations, feelings, etc. or of external things); knowing or feeling ( that something is or was happening or existing);… …   English World dictionary

  • conscious — ► ADJECTIVE 1) aware of and responding to one s surroundings. 2) (usu. conscious of) aware. 3) deliberate: a conscious effort. DERIVATIVES consciously adverb. ORIGIN Latin conscius knowing with others or in oneself …   English terms dictionary

  • -conscious — UK [ˈkɒnʃəs] US [ˈkɑnʃəs] suffix used with some nouns and adverbs to make adjectives describing a person or organization that gives a lot of attention to a particular subject or thing Our aim is to operate in an environmentally conscious manner.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • -conscious — [kän′shəs] combining form aware of and attaching importance to [status conscious] * * * …   Universalium

  • -conscious — [kän′shəs] combining form aware of and attaching importance to [status conscious] …   English World dictionary

  • conscious of — index acquainted Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • conscious — c.1600, knowing, privy to, from L. conscius knowing, aware, from conscire (see CONSCIENCE (Cf. conscience)); probably a loan translation of Gk. syneidos. A word adopted from the Latin poets and much mocked at first. Sense of active and awake is… …   Etymology dictionary

  • conscious — sensible, *aware, cognizant, alive, awake Analogous words: attending or attentive, minding or mindful, watching (see corresponding verbs at TEND): *watchful, alert, vigilant: perceiving, noticing, noting, remarking, observing (see SEE) Antonyms:… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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