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consciously

[ kon-shuhs-lee ]
/ 藞k蓲n 蕛蓹s li /
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adverb
with knowledge or awareness of one's own existence, sensations, thoughts, surroundings, etc.:Negative attitudes can be reinforced, both consciously and unconsciously, by teachers, parents, and peers.At any moment we probably aren't consciously aware of most of the sounds around us.
with clear intent; deliberately: The need to consciously make time for exercise is a relatively recent phenomenon.
in a way that is sustainable, or with awareness of one鈥檚 effect on the environment, society, etc.: Shop locally and consciously, and support a business that supports our community.
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