- conscious + -ly (Wiktionary)
“But if religion is not consciously vital to the Filipinos, as they themselves would conceive and act on it (and I make the assertion in the assumption that the reader understands as I do by _consciously vital_ that for which the individual or the race is willing to die singly or collectively), the unprejudiced observer must admit that it is vital to their ultimate evolution, vital in just the sense that any function is vital to one who is in need of it.”
“The characters will begin consciously or unconsciously making preparations for the “journey” or adventure that they will be undergoing throughout the tale.”
“According to the orbs, “As we touch your individual psyches you begin consciously to experience yourselves as intimately connected with all other life forms on this planet and throughout the cosmos.””
“How they advertise, however, and whether they do it consciously, is unclear.”
“If Her Bad Mommy comes along, for instance, I very much doubt that she'll manage to usurp your place in the blogosphere and if she has developed the name consciously and deliberately in mimicry of you, it's even less likely.”
“Gold also found that people are using the word consciously – in two ways.”
“A Church which for so long had preserved Latin consciously as a bond of unity, had quite suddenly decided to discard it as a useless encumbrance.”
“However, it is critical that developers use the business language in code consciously and as a disciplined rule.”
“The model, self-consciously, is the government’s fuel efficiency standards for cars.”
“I'm willing to make that trade-off as long as I make in consciously.”
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