Similar words: subconsciously, conscious, consciousness, conscientious, obviously, dubiously, previously, laboriously. Meaning: ['kɑnʃəslɪ/'kɒn-] adv. with awareness.
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1) No person of independent mind will copy consciously.
2) Whether consciously or unconsciously, you made a choice.
3) He consciously stood off her in the publicity.
4) Seeing her former husband, she stood aside consciously.
5) She realized how tense she was and consciously relaxed.
6) His writing is rather self - consciously poetic.
7) He claims that the writer never consciously formulated his own theoretical position.
8) Most people cannot consciously remember much before the ages of 5 to 7 years.
9) No person of independent mind will copy consciously, but many copy unconsciously.
10) I don't think she's consciously rude to people - it's just her manner.
11) Her tale has a consciously youthful tone and storyline,(http://sentencedict.com/consciously.html) combined with a sly humour.
12) She was probably not consciously aware of the true nature of her feelings.
13) Sophie was not consciously seeking a replacement after her father died.
14) So I began consciously journeying towards becoming a writer.
15) The Art of Living Consciously. Nathaniel Branden
16) The repetition of these actions, whether they are consciously intended or dot, frequently becomes a habit.
17) But what of the complainant who consciously fantasises about rape?
18) She may not formulate these questions consciously, but her planning and teaching will reflect the influence of these considerations.
19) I use the word consciously, very much aware that it has been used in the past to demean adult women.
20) It must be consciously incorporated into the strategy of building revolutionary Marxist parties in colonial countries. 14.
21) He no longer had to consciously listen out for the psychic interference that pervaded the island.
22) This intense peering into nature had been consciously practiced by Redon and his sagacious words on the subject are worth repeating.
23) Through marriage he created the possibility of consciously knowing about and coming to terms with his own painful experience of loss.
24) The specific goal is not always consciously known by an individual.
25) Caroline felt riveted to the floor, motionless, unwilling to consciously eavesdrop but tense with curiosity.
26) Given fluent processing of first language material, the articulatory loop may never consciously intrude into the interpreter's performance.
27) These conflicting demands of the two principles are something of which people are consciously aware.
28) Although a minority have wanted and planned having a baby, most have not intended to get pregnant, at least not consciously.
29) Not that a one of them envied his freedom, consciously.
30) They have carried out a wealth of painstaking research while consciously seeking to resist the presuppositions of these established camps.
More similar words: subconsciously, conscious, consciousness, conscientious, obviously, dubiously, previously, laboriously, conscience, raucously, simultaneously, officious, specious, precious, voracious, vivacious, judicious, audacious, atrocious, pugnacious, loquacious, mendacious, capricious, suspicious, contentious, on schedule, envious, obvious, noxious, various.