self-conscious[ self-kon-shuh s, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-conscious
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In this vast but connected universe we are not the only self-conscious beings.
The boy drew himself up with a self-conscious air as he replied.
This power, the army, was organized in the council and was self-conscious.
But the bulk of the players, though all were earnest and fervent, were clumsy or self-conscious.
If she hadn't been self-conscious she would never have said such a thing as that.
Nowadays, alas, we start off self-conscious, with sex in the head.
Fight your wife out of her own self-conscious preoccupation with herself.
This is what is happening in the West, in our self-conscious and critical age.
Just then their eyes met, and Frank coloured a little, as if self-conscious.
We are all absurd; but we are not all artists, because we are not all self-conscious.
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