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The United States was wealthier, more powerful, and at the same time more conscious of the ways it had failed its black citizens.

People are much more conscious of food politics and agricultural politics than they were a few years ago.

The more conscious you are of that, the easier it is to reach across the aisle and say, ‘I’m sorry we got here.

I find that young women in Japan are a lot more conscious of their fashion sense more so than the average American would be.

In the case of Slumdog, “maybe people will be more conscious that this world exists.”

She resented the nerve-weariness, the fatigue that she was now more conscious of than ever, with the coming of the spring.

Barney was more conscious of Maggie's interest than was Maggie herself, and again was desirous of destroying it or diverting it.

Every revolution made the Sikh army more and more powerful in the state, more and more conscious of its own power.

I don't wonder at your being more conscious of your attachment to Hofwyl now the time of leaving is so near.

Even she herself could see it when she looked in the glass, and she was daily growing more and more conscious of it.


On this page you'll find 122 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conscious, such as: attentive, aware, certain, cognizant, informed, and keen.

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