unconsciousness

[ uhn-kon-shuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF unconsciousness

Antonyms for unconsciousness

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He had been too dazed to resist; he had not known what had gripped him in his unconsciousness and weakness.

Chris stared, almost forgetting the pose of unconsciousness in his bewilderment.

Slowly she realized that she was being choked into unconsciousness.

After Ali fell he lived a moment, though only in unconsciousness.

His hand closed tightly on hers, and he sank back into unconsciousness.

His face became distorted and he lapsed into unconsciousness.

But his look was mercifully hidden from his victim by unconsciousness.

It was the work of only an instant to choke him in unconsciousness and lock him in the sealed cell.

Nor was this indifference the result of any unconsciousness of its beauty.

Was unconsciousness of all this, an excuse sufficient to stifle remorse?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNCONSCIOUSNESS

anaesthesias

nouninduced sleep; induced absence of feeling
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