unconscious


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Synonyms for unconscious

that part of the mind wherein psychic activity takes place of which the person is unaware

without conscious volition

(followed by 'of') not knowing or perceiving

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I have pictured my daughter, to myself, as perfectly forgetful of me --rather, altogether ignorant of me, and unconscious of me.
For, if he had ever been out of my thoughts for a few moments together since the hiding had begun, it was in those very moments when he was closest to me; and to think that I should be so unconscious and off my guard after all my care, was as if I had shut an avenue of a hundred doors to keep him out, and then had found him at my elbow.
Passepartout had but few steps to go; and, rushing upon the plank, he crossed it, and fell unconscious on the deck, just as the Carnatic was moving off.
I don't think I was actually unconscious for more than a few minutes, but when I came to myself the dinghy was driving before the wind into a sheltered cove, two men just keeping her straight with their oars.
Why, maidy" (he frequently, with unconscious irony, gave her this pet name), "the prettiest milker I've got in my dairy; you mustn't get so fagged as this at the first breath of summer weather, or we shall be finely put to for want of 'ee by dog-days, shan't we, Mr Clare?
I could not have been unconscious more than a few seconds, and yet I know that I was unconscious, for the next thing I realized was that a growing radiance was illuminating the corridor about me and the eyes were gone.
When she became unconscious they said I might go in.
He seemed unconscious of the strangeness of the position and appeared not to notice any oddness in being addressed as Mr.
Man lives consciously for himself, but is an unconscious instrument in the attainment of the historic, universal, aims of humanity.
Of this, as of almost everything else, Smee was quite unconscious.
The creature was Chulk, and he looked down upon the unconscious man more in curiosity than in hate.
Without a sound he sank, limp and unconscious, to the ground.
As she looked she saw a huge MIAS PAPPAN cross the stream, bearing in his arms the dead, or unconscious form of a white-skinned girl with golden hair.
How long he was unconscious he did not know--he was awakened by a shuffling noise quite close to him.
Trent walked backwards and forwards with knitted brows, glancing every now and then at the unconscious man.