aware

[ uh-wair ]SEE DEFINITION OF aware

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Here stands its Government, aware of its might but obedient to its conscience.

"Perhaps your faith in the ideal is deeper than you are aware," said my friend.

And to attain it, we must be aware of its full meaning—and ready to pay its full price.

She was aware of the creeping fret, the poisons and obstructions of decay.

And he answered, "I remember it well; but I am not aware that any are endeavouring to entice me."

One could think of oneself as knowing God, and be aware of no forcing of the note.

He was aware that something untoward, as he deemed it, had occurred.

But are you aware, brother, that it is these medicines which keep me in good health?

I do not know to the present moment whether he is aware that I was even conscious of his action.

But that evening as I sat by my fire I was aware of it behind me.

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