unconsciously


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Antonyms for unconsciously

without awareness

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She persistently sought to penetrate the reserve in which he had unconsciously enveloped himself.
He sat up and bent a severe gaze upon the face of the young fellow whose name he was unconsciously using and whose family rights he was enjoying.
gasped Passepartout, unconsciously swaying his head from right to left.
It has been most unconsciously done, however, and I hope will be of short duration.
Unconsciously, as he looked, he fingered the key that was in his waistcoat pocket.
Tess and Clare unconsciously studied each other, ever balanced on the edge of a passion, yet apparently keeping out of it.
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.
There was a pencil on the table, and unconsciously he drew a head on the blotting-paper.
From old habit, unconsciously he thanked God that he no longer believed in Him.
The fact that Speranski was the son of a village priest, and that stupid people might meanly despise him on account of his humble origin (as in fact many did), caused Prince Andrew to cherish his sentiment for him the more, and unconsciously to strengthen it.
Every literary theory of mine was contrary to him when I took up 'L'Assommoir,' though unconsciously I had always been as much of a realist as I could, but the book possessed me with the same fascination that I felt the other day in reading his 'L'Argent.
Half unconsciously he had undertaken a little voyage of exploration.
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.
Unconsciously on her side, unconsciously on his side, she now wrought on his nature with a purifying and ennobling influence which animated it with a new life.
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.