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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE AWARE

He seemed unaccountably to be more aware of Sheila than he was of Mary.

When he scolded her even, she was often more aware of him than of herself.

We ought to try to understand them better, and to be more aware of what they can do to us.

He preferred to be more uncomfortable and more aware of the flight of the dark hours.

At certain times we are more aware of saying good-bye, that's all.

There was no one more aware of this gloomy future than Raeillo/ee13.

Nan was more aware of the look in his eyes than of the words he actually used.

That would make him more cautious, but not make him more aware.

He seemed more and more aware of something merciless in her.

Always that pull was with him, until Ross was more aware of fighting it than of traveling.

WORD ORIGIN

late Old English gewær, from Proto-Germanic *ga-waraz (cf. Old Saxon giwar, Middle Dutch gheware, Old High German giwar, German gewahr), from *ga-, intensive prefix, + wær "wary, cautious" (see wary).

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.