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Spell check of conscious

Correct spelling: conscious

unaware, purposive, heedful, planned, dimly, awareness, sure, understanding, set, by design, elusive, foggy, advised, cognizant, faint, apprehensive, noticing, insensible, deliberately, responsive, sensitive, semiconscious, mindful, intelligent, known, intended, observant, familiar with, waking, discerning, consciously, purposeful, seeing, insensitive, deliberate, unconscious, sensory, omniscient, astute, certain, commemorative, knowledgeable, dim, willful, intentional, sleepless, clued up, considered, alert, voluntary, appreciative, assured, blurred, calculated, knowingly, certified, keen, sensible, willed, wide-awake, apprised, insomnia, conversant, preoccupied, feeling, awake, acquainted, perceived, etched, perceptive, up, informed, on purpose, sentient, vigilant, catchy, witting, studied, ware, watchful, premeditated, perceiving, attentive, aware, wakeful, knowing, self-conscious, with it, au fait, alive.

haphazard, dead, required, impromptu, mandatory, impetuous, necessary, comatose, nonconscious, sudden, nonelective, deaf, careless, extemporaneous, compulsory, unheeding, unconscious, knocked out, involuntary, insensible, cold, mindless, abrupt, incognizant, coerced, unpremeditated, unintended, unwitting, obligatory, unmindful, forced, incidental, heedless, desultory, unguarded, ignorant, semicomatose, instinctive, hit-or-miss, stunned, accidental, spontaneous, senseless, unaware, subconscious, unintentional, out, innocent, ordered, unforced, inadvertent, kayoed, inattentive, oblivious, unwary, chance, casual, incautious, KO'd, random, aimless, purposeless, impulsive.

Examples of usage:

1) But I was in a false position in their house, and I was conscious of it. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) I was self- conscious, afraid of being an object of pity. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

3) She sighed, made a conscious effort, and half opened her eyes again. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.