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- n. The state of being subconscious.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state or quality of being subconscious; a state of mind in which perception and other mental processes occur without distinct consciousness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A form or state of consciousness in which there is little strength or distinctness of perception or mental action in general.
- n. Mental processes conceived as taking place without consciousness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a state of mind not immediately available to consciousness
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From the comatose state, Spurlock passed into that of the babbling fever; but that guarding instinct which is called subconsciousness held a stout leash on his secret.
It has been known as the "subconscious self" or the "subconsciousness" probably more than by Myers's original title; and his theory has been modified by some subtractions and additions, but it is generally accepted to-day and its exposition has helped solve many problems in abnormal psychology.
Interestingly we all experience this QE in our subconsciousness which is, relative to our mundain daytime consciousness, a higher dimensional domain. report abuse
From the fact that she was a demiblonde, there resided dimly in his subconsciousness a conception that she was a brunette.
To answer this profound question, we need to explore the depths of our mind, especially the world of the subconsciousness advocated by Sigmund Freud, and the world of the collective subconsciousness advocated by by Carl Jung.
'The Houston Kid' songs started seeping out of my subconsciousness, songs that were for the most part memoir.
It eddies through your subconsciousness and muddies your day.
Nevertheless, in his subconsciousness was being planted the impression that, kinder than Lamai, than Agno, than Bashti, this was the kindest black he had encountered in Somo.
Thus, as a sample of my rovings: In a single interval of fifteen minutes of subconsciousness, I have crawled and bellowed in the slime of the primeval world and sat beside Haasfurther and cleaved the twentieth-century air in a gas-driven monoplane.
I do not know, of Darrell Standing's experience, these things of which I write and which I have dug from out my storehouses of subconsciousness.