semi-conscious

Related to semi-conscious: half-conscious, consciously, semicomatose
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semi-conscious

[ˈsemɪˈkɒnʃəs] ADJsemiconsciente

semi-conscious

(semiˈkonʃəs) adjective
partly conscious. He was semi-conscious when they took him to hospital.
ˌsemi-ˈconsciousness noun
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Then he leaned once more over the bed and poured the contents of the glass between the lips of the semi-conscious man.
How long he lay there unconscious he never knew; but as reason slowly reasserted itself in his semi-conscious state he was aware that he lay in a cool bed upon the whitest of linen in a bright and cheery room, and that upon one side close to him was an open window, the delicate hangings of which were fluttering in a soft summer breeze which blew in from a sun-kissed orchard of ripening fruit which he could see without--an old orchard in which soft, green grass grew between the laden trees, and where the sun filtered through the foliage; and upon the dappled greensward a little child was playing with a frolicsome puppy.
Fyne brushed them aside, with the semi-conscious egoism of all safe, established, existences.
He kept his finger along the nozzle of the pipe to ensure the aim, and attended to no other business, knowing only by the noise and that semi-conscious corner of the eye, the exciting incidents that began to tumble themselves about the island garden.
Steven, from the city's Hilltown, was f o u n d lying semi-conscious in a garden outside the Forester Street block, 100 yards from the city's police headquarters, by Ross Fairly.
UKIP MEP Jill Seymour "Our cultural muscles are being atrophied in a semi-conscious, flabby mainstream" Actress Jessica Hynes baffles her audience during a speech on diversity "It produces enough hot air to melt the slopes.
Our cultural muscles are being atrophied in a semi-conscious, flabby mainstream" - Actress Jessica Hynes (pictured) baffles her audience during a speech on diversity.
The 29-year-old was found semi-conscious on Westgate Road in Newcastle along with a 22-yearold man, at around 4am yesterday morning.
He finally located his friend after about 10 minutes but he was semi-conscious.
Friends of the 65-year-old who were also jet-skiing searched the area and spotted the man, semi-conscious in the water.
Before this, a teenager Adil Hussain, a resident of Karachi's Korangi area, was brought to LNH in a semi-conscious condition, with high fever, on May 10.
ANGRY bystanders in Cardiff lambasted the Welsh Ambulance Service claiming they took 60 minutes to attend a semi-conscious man with head injuries.