inconscient

[ in-kon-shuh nt ]
/ ɪnˈkɒn ʃənt /

adjective

Origin of inconscient

1880–85; in-3 + conscient conscious (< French conscient) < Latin conscient-, stem of consciēns, present participle of conscīre, orig., to have on one's conscience, equivalent to con- con- + scīre to know

Related forms

in·con·scient·ly, adverb
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  • She was not yet a woman, by a certain veil of fragility and inconscient shyness, but the child was gone.

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