conscious

Conscious vs Brain - What's the difference?

conscious | brain |


As an adjective conscious

is alert, awake.

As a noun brain is

the control center of the central nervous system of an animal located in the skull which is responsible for perception, cognition, attention, memory, emotion, and action.

As a verb brain is

to dash out the brains of; to kill by smashing the skull.

Conscious vs Wideawake - What's the difference?

conscious | wideawake |


As an adjective conscious

is alert, awake.

As a noun wideawake is

(historical) a type of hat, with a broad brim made of black or brown felt.

Spontaneous vs Conscious - What's the difference?

spontaneous | conscious |


As adjectives the difference between spontaneous and conscious

is that spontaneous is self-generated; happening without any apparent external cause while conscious is alert, awake.

Conscious vs Confident - What's the difference?

conscious | confident |


As adjectives the difference between conscious and confident

is that conscious is alert, awake while confident is very sure of something; positive.

As a noun confident is

.

Conscious vs Inconscious - What's the difference?

conscious | inconscious |


As adjectives the difference between conscious and inconscious

is that conscious is alert, awake while inconscious is (obsolete) unconscious.

Conscious vs Spirt - What's the difference?

conscious | spirt |


As an adjective conscious

is alert, awake.

As a verb spirt is

.

Realize vs Conscious - What's the difference?

realize | conscious |


As a verb realize

is to make real; to convert from the imaginary or fictitious into the actual; to bring into concrete existence; to accomplish.

As an adjective conscious is

alert, awake.

Conscionable vs Conscious - What's the difference?

conscionable | conscious |


As adjectives the difference between conscionable and conscious

is that conscionable is in accordance with conscience; defensible; proper while conscious is alert, awake.

Familiar vs Conscious - What's the difference?

familiar | conscious |


As adjectives the difference between familiar and conscious

is that familiar is familial while conscious is alert, awake.

Conscious vs Conviction - What's the difference?

conscious | conviction |


As an adjective conscious

is alert, awake.

As a noun conviction is

(countable) a firmly held belief.

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