a.1.Knowing; having knowledge.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Frequently over this tumult could be heard the grim jokes of the critical veterans; but the retreating men apparently were not even con- scious of the presence of an audience.
Well, during two weeks and a half we watched by the crib, and in our deep solicitude we were uncon- scious of any world outside of that sick-room.
The children, the uncon- scious children, who once sang and danced in her presence, are gone.
For some time, now, the boys had been dully con- scious of a peculiar sound in the distance, just as one sometimes is of the ticking of a clock which he takes no distinct note of.
Always he had been con- scious of the girl growing into womanhood as he grew into manhood.
Perhaps it was an impulse of uncon- scious loyalty, or the fulfillment of one of these ironic necessities that lurk in the facts of human existence.
Something (uncon- scious exuberance of spirits perhaps) moved me to wave my hand to him elaborately.
An authentic, grassroots and eco-con- scious fashion brand doesn't come any better than Akinyi Odongo Kenya.
Bank Sohar is con- scious of the primacy of thought leader- ship and endeavours to further its cause.
This can be less of a con- scious decision and more a consequence of the workplace itself.
I am con- scious of the disruption new technologies can bring.