unconsciously


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un·con·scious

 (ŭn-kŏn′shəs)
adj.
1. Lacking awareness and the capacity for sensory perception; not conscious.
2. Temporarily lacking consciousness.
3. Occurring in the absence of conscious awareness or thought: unconscious resentment; unconscious fears.
4. Without conscious control; involuntary or unintended: an unconscious mannerism.
n.
The division of the mind in psychoanalytic theory containing elements of psychic makeup, such as memories or repressed desires, that are not subject to conscious perception or control but that often affect conscious thoughts and behavior.

un·con′scious·ly adv.
un·con′scious·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unconsciously - without awarenessunconsciously - without awareness; "she jumped up unconsciously when he entered the room"
consciously - with awareness; "she consciously played with the idea of inviting them"
Translations
بصورَةٍ لأواعِيَه
nevědomky
ubevidst
akaratlanul
óviljandi, óvitandi
podzavestno
bilinçsiz olarakfarkında olmadan

unconsciously

[ʌnˈkɒnʃəslɪ] ADVinconscientemente
unconsciously funnycómico sin querer

unconsciously

[ˌʌnˈkɒnʃəsli] advinconsciemment

unconsciously

advunbewusst; an unconsciously funny remarkeine ungewollt or unbeabsichtigt lustige Bemerkung; consciously or unconsciouslybewusst oder unbewusst

unconsciously

[ʌnˈkɒnʃəslɪ] advinconsciamente, senza rendersi conto

unconscious

(anˈkonʃəs) adjective
1. senseless or stunned, eg because of an accident. She was unconscious for three days after the crash.
2. not aware. He was unconscious of having said anything rude.
3. unintentional. Her prejudice is quite unconscious.
noun
the deepest level of the mind, the processes of which are revealed only through eg psychoanalysis. the secrets of the unconscious.
unˈconsciously adverb
unintentionally, or without being aware. She unconsciously addressed me by the wrong name.
unˈconsciousness noun
References in classic literature ?
Possessed myself of a strong stomach and a hard head, inured to hardship, cruelty, and brutality, nevertheless I found, as I came to manhood, that I unconsciously protected myself from the hurt of the trained-animal turn by getting up and leaving the theatre whenever such turns came on the stage.
Half unconsciously he had undertaken a little voyage of exploration.
There is reason to believe that King Charles's spaniel has been unconsciously modified to a large extent since the time of that monarch.
Her father had told me that she "carried the air of heaven with her." In my experience, I can only say that she carried something with her which softly and inscrutably possessed itself of my will, and made me as unconsciously obedient to her wishes as if I had been her dog.
Here have I been unconsciously toiling, not pleasuring, --aye, and ignorantly smoking to windward all the while; to windward, and with such nervous whiffs, as if, like the dying whale, my final jets were the strongest and fullest of trouble.
But she had unconsciously formed an image of him in her mind.
He saw that instead of doing as he had intended--that is to say, warning his wife against a mistake in the eyes of the world--he had unconsciously become agitated over what was the affair of her conscience, and was struggling against the barrier he fancied between them.
There--at the very moment when they had both guessed the truth, without feeling the slightest suspicion of it in their own minds--there stood Discovery, presenting itself unconsciously to eyes incapable of seeing it, in the person of the man who had passed Anne Silvester off as his wife at the Craig Fernie inn!
As he reached the open front door he caught the sound of voices, and paused for an instant, almost unconsciously, to place them.
It has been most unconsciously done, however, and I hope will be of short duration.
He went on eating and drinking unconsciously till on a sudden he demanded his bill; having paid which he took his dressing-bag in his hand, the only luggage he had brought with him, and went out.
It seemed to her that Captain Tilney was falling in love with Isabella, and Isabella unconsciously encouraging him; unconsciously it must be, for Isabella's attachment to James was as certain and well acknowledged as her engagement.