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unconsciously

[ uhn-kon-shuhs-lee ]
/ ʌnˈkɒn ʃəs li /
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adverb
unintentionally and without realizing what one is doing:Unconsciously, almost in spite of herself, she sighed.
at a level below that of conscious thought:Children are unconsciously influenced by the appearance and personalities of their parents to choose partners who resemble them.
without any awareness, sensation, or cognition at all:As her mind drifted into a cloud of darkness and she lost all feeling, her body unconsciously fought the force of gravity pushing against it.
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Origin of unconsciously

OTHER WORDS FROM unconsciously

qua·si-un·con·scious·ly, adverb
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