conscious

What is the difference between unaware and conscious?

unaware | conscious | Antonyms |

Unaware is an antonym of conscious.


As adjectives the difference between unaware and conscious

is that unaware is not aware or informed; lacking knowledge while conscious is alert, awake.

What is the difference between awareness and conscious?

awareness | conscious |


As a noun awareness

is the state or level of consciousness where sense data can be confirmed by an observer.

As a adjective conscious is

alert, awake.

What is the difference between conscious and awake?

conscious | awake |


As adjectives the difference between conscious and awake

is that conscious is alert, awake while awake is not asleep; conscious.

As a verb awake is

to become conscious after having slept.

What is the difference between conscious and art?

conscious | art |


As a adjective conscious

is alert, awake.

As a noun art is

(uncountable) the conscious production or arrangement of sounds, colours, forms, movements, or other elements in a manner that affects the sense of beauty, specifically the production of the beautiful in a graphic or plastic medium.

As a verb art is

(archaic) second-person singular simple present tense indicative of be.

What is the difference between conscious and automatic?

conscious | automatic |


As adjectives the difference between conscious and automatic

is that conscious is alert, awake while automatic is capable of operating without external control or intervention.

As a noun automatic is

a car with automatic transmission.

What is the difference between aware and conscious?

aware | conscious | Synonyms |

Conscious is a synonym of aware.


As adjectives the difference between aware and conscious

is that aware is vigilant or on one's guard against danger or difficulty while conscious is alert, awake.

What is the difference between conscious and conscience?

conscious | conscience | Related terms |

Conscience is a related term of conscious.


As a adjective conscious

is alert, awake.

As a noun conscience is

the moral sense of right and wrong, chiefly as it affects one's own behaviour; inwit.

What is the difference between concerned and conscious?

concerned | conscious |


As adjectives the difference between concerned and conscious

is that concerned is showing concern while conscious is alert, awake.

As a verb concerned

is (concern).

What is the difference between balderdash and conscious?

balderdash | conscious |


As a noun balderdash

is senseless talk or writing; nonsense.

As a verb balderdash

is to mix or adulterate.

As a adjective conscious is

alert, awake.

What is the difference between bologna and conscious?

bologna | conscious |


As a noun bologna

is a smoked, seasoned italian sausage made from beef, pork or veal.

As a adjective conscious is

alert, awake.

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