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2: knowing and perceiving; having awareness of surroundings and sensations and thoughts; 'conscious of his faults' 'became conscious that he was being followed'
1: intentionally conceived; 'a conscious policy'
3: (followed by `of') showing realization or recognition of something; 'conscious of having succeeded' 'the careful tread of one conscious of his alcoholic load'

Example sentence: She was conscious of what she said to her mother.



View spelling list The -cious ending and
learn about the word conscious in our English spelling course, Unit 30.

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DPPS Lambert list wk4
y9 wk 17
Y5 & Y6 non-statutory words: words ending -cious and -tious
Y5 and Y6 word list: b - c
Oxford Dictionary common misspellings 2
homophones and confusions
General spellings 2
-ous words
qts extra 4
St. John s Marlborough Bronze List 15
Y5 Spring 5 soft c (green)
9. -ious (Y6 Orange)
9. -ious (Y6 Green)
zain 1
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