hyperaware

hyperaware

(ˌhaɪpərəˈwɛə)
adj
acutely alert or aware
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Summary: Hyperaware, superfocused, terrified, thrilled, full of adrenaline.
I have been on the unfortunate receiving end of several types of unconscious bias throughout my personal life and career, so I'm hyperaware when it occurs.
I used to hide from that, but now I accept it and appreciate it, and that just makes me more hyperaware of the surroundings that I'm in, and 'The Bachelor' is a big, big step I wasn't ready for," he said.
But when you represent your government and are talking to the press in a broadcast that is televised nationally, live, surely you should be hyperaware of the words you choose?
In this space, Hilda becomes hyperaware of the contrast between how she perceives herself and how others perceive her.
Both boys are hyperaware of their own shortcomings, but they're also bound and determined to overcome their insecurities and live as their ideal selves during their final hours.
All society, not just the Muslim community, must be hyperaware of extremists in its midst.
I think we're all hyperaware of how not relaxed social media is lately.
They're hyperaware of what they've been through, and incredibly, emotionally generous about not wanting other people to go through it.
Cohen is a seemingly hardened, highly competent security professional who inhabits "a hyperaware world.
There's also the concern, which is not unfounded, that from an early age we are already making our children hyperaware of the scrutiny of others.