Thesaurus / self-consciousness

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Most remarkable is the complete absence of self-consciousness.

Sea and SardiniaD. H. Lawrence

No stiffness, no self-consciousness, and one of the men was quite witty and the young Miss d'Estaire a most lively modern girl.

The three tendencies afforded opportunity for the self-consciousness of the nation to express itself in all its variety and force.

Jewish HistoryS. M. Dubnow

John had a sensation of self-consciousness when he heard the word "wife."

The Foolish LoversSt. John G. Ervine

What is manifold needs to seek itself, and naturally desires to embrace itself, and to grasp itself by self-consciousness.

Japanese patriotism has only in this generation come to self-consciousness.

Self-consciousness requires two departments of Consciousness—each of which is aware of the other.

Natalie eyed her shrewdly, but there was no self-consciousness in Audrey's face.

Dangerous DaysMary Roberts Rinehart

How could I ever have the self-consciousness of it, while in the body?

The Assembly of GodC. (Charles) H. (Henry) Mackintosh

With self-consciousness and the feeling of boundless isolation that therein comes over him, man begins his ethical development.

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WORDS RELATED TO SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS

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