Double-think, censorship, and fear permeate daily life, often subconsciously.
So it was really awesome, especially since I think, subconsciously, that I wrote it for him.
Or perhaps certain Republicans have a fear of success, so they are subconsciously sabotaging their own party?
Her parents used to have her pose for portraits, which she says may have subconsciously instilled in her a desire to perform.
It may have been subconsciously there, but they certainly pulled it out and made it front and center, I think.
And Lester—subconsciously perhaps—was thinking the same thing.
subconsciously his busy ego was finding solace after last night's rebuff.
Also, subconsciously, she heard him order liver and bacon, with onions.
And yet subconsciously he knew that all the time he was creating her there had been before him a vision of Jane.
It certainly had not afforded her the pleasure she might reasonably have expected, and she subconsciously resented the fact.
subconscious sub·con·scious (sŭb-kŏn'shəs)
Not wholly conscious; partially or imperfectly conscious. n.
The part of the mind below the level of conscious perception.