In psychoanalysis, the component of waking awareness perceptible by a person at any given instant; consciousness.
into the condition of a waking as distinguished from that a sleeping person or an inanimate thing; in act of feeling, or endowed with experience, within the largest feeling of the term.
Attributing, or with the capacity of attributing, a person's feelings, cognitions, etc., to a single's self; aware of the unity of self in knowledge; aware of your self; self-conscious.
Having a person's thoughts directed toward one's self; ashamed by your thoughts about your own individual, and by the feeling of becoming seen and criticized by others.
show awareness; known or perceived as existing in one's self; thought: as, conscious guilt.
conscious of an object; perceiving.
Aware of an external object: a less correct utilization of the term: used either in use by of or that, formerly by to or even your self that.
alert to some part of character as belonging to one's self.
Synonyms to-be Sensible or aware, an such like. (see feel). Aware, Conscious. Aware refers commonly to items of perception outside ourselves; conscious, to things of perception within united states: as, to be alert to the presence of a stranger; become very aware of the danger of the circumstance; in order to become conscious of a pain in a single's eye. Aware suggests perception without sensation; conscious, generally speaking recognition with degree of feeling.