subconsciously


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sub·con·scious

 (sŭb-kŏn′shəs)
adj.
Not wholly conscious; partially or imperfectly conscious: subconscious perceptions.
n.
The part of the mind below the level of conscious perception. Often used with the.

sub·con′scious·ly adv.
sub·con′scious·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.subconsciously - from the subconscious mind; "the image came to him subconsciously"
Translations
بصورةٍ لاواعِيَه
podvědomě
underbevidst
tudat alatti módontudattalanul
á dulvitaîan hátt
bilinçsizce

subconsciously

[ˈsʌbˈkɒnʃəslɪ] ADVsubconscientemente

subconsciously

[ˌsʌbˈkɒnʃəsli] advinconsciemment

subconsciously

[ˌsʌbˈkɒnʃəslɪ] advinconsciamente

subconscious

(sabˈkonʃəs) adjective, noun
(of) those activities of the mind of which we are not aware. I suspect that his generosity arose from a subconscious desire for praise; We can't control the activities of the subconscious.
subˈconsciously adverb
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That is, subconsciously, he was aware that not alone his own food, but the food of all on board found its source in the man and woman.
My mind is evidently so constituted that I am subconsciously forced into the path of duty without recourse to tiresome mental processes.
As he spoke I could not but note the crafty glint in his evil eyes, and while I saw the apparent logic of his reasoning I felt, subconsciously perhaps, that his words did but veil some sinister intent.
He still looked upon Christianity as a degrading bondage that must be cast away at any cost; it was connected subconsciously in his mind with the dreary services in the cathedral at Tercanbury, and the long hours of boredom in the cold church at Blackstable; and the morality of which Athelny spoke was to him no more than a part of the religion which a halting intelligence preserved, when it had laid aside the beliefs which alone made it reasonable.
Excited by the day-long pursuit of him, swayed subconsciously by the insistent iteration on their brains of the sight of him fleeing away, mastered by the feeling of mastery enjoyed all day, the dogs could not bring themselves to give way to him.
Again and again this phrase beat monotonously upon his brain--a dull, throbbing pain, yet mechanically his feet followed the trail of her slayer while, subconsciously, his every sense was upon the alert for the ever-present perils of the jungle.
Absorbed in the composition of her waltz, she had heard it almost subconsciously. The second stage set in when it became a physical pain like red-hot pincers wrenching her mind from her music.
And somehow they knew subconsciously that the whole tale had taken a new and terrible turn, when they saw the prince stand in the gap of the gaunt trees, in his robes of angry crimson and with his lowering face of bronze, bearing in his hand a new shape of death.
I now remembered having seen the fellow hovering about during the funeral, and subconsciously taking him for the undertaker's head man.
Well, after shooting the same release for so long, I'm so familiar with its timing that I subconsciously know exactly when it's about to fire.
2 BETTER HAND-EYE COORDINATION BY reading music your brain subconsciously must convert the notes into specific movements while also adding rhythm to the mix.
The prop spoke candidly on the Rugby Pod about the how his anxiety over playing for England would manifest itself subconsciously in poor discipline - leading many to understand his comments as admitting to deliberately getting sent off.