Dr. Karasu said "there's a greater pleasure in the unconsciousness of revenge - it's more powerful than success."
The tension of nerve and brain was too severe; nature came to his relief with intervals of unconsciousness.
A heavy groan, and a relapse into unconsciousness, were all the answers he could give.
The first is its straightforwardness, the second is its unconsciousness, and the last its unselfishness.
Her sleep was almost the unconsciousness of coma; she scarcely breathed.
His head dropped forward on his breast, and with a great sigh he sank into unconsciousness.
And yet the gesture, the attitude, was simplicity and unconsciousness itself.
Thus he rambled on, but soon again relapsed into unconsciousness.
For this was he who had waylaid an "enemy" on the highroad and beaten him into unconsciousness.
But there was one element of comedy besides Mrs. Thornburgh, and that was Mrs. Leyburn's unconsciousness.
unconsciousness un·con·scious·ness (ŭn-kŏn'shəs-nĭs)
A state of impaired consciousness in which one shows no responsiveness to environmental stimuli but may respond to deep pain with involuntary movements.
unconscious un·con·scious (ŭn-kŏn'shəs)
Of or in a state of unconsciousness; not conscious.
Occurring in the absence of conscious awareness or thought, as an emotion or motive.
Without conscious control; involuntary or unintended.