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insensible without awareness or concern. [1/4 definitions]
intended planned and done with complete awareness; intentional; deliberate. [1/3 definitions]
knowledge familiarity, awareness, or understanding. [2/4 definitions]
koan in Zen Buddhism, a nonsense question or paradox used as an aid to meditation in order to encourage a greater awareness of reality.
liberal arts the subjects that make up a college degree program, such as literature, history, and philosophy, that emphasize the development of cultural awareness and critical skills rather than practical training for a career or profession.
Negritude (sometimes l.c.) an awareness by blacks of their historical and cultural heritage, and an ideological affirmation of its value.
proprioception awareness of the position and movement of body parts.
proprioceptive of or pertaining to awareness of the position and movement of one's own body parts.
prudence keen awareness of the probable consequences of one's actions. [1/3 definitions]
repress to resist conscious awareness of. [1/3 definitions]
repression the blocking from conscious awareness of unpleasant memories, feelings, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
sensitivity training instruction in small-group relations, in which individuals seek a better awareness of themselves and others, using methods similar to group therapy.
street smarts (informal) awareness, craftiness, or shrewdness in handling people or situations found in city environments where crime and poverty are extensive.
stupid dull or slow in intellect, wit, awareness, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
subconscious designating those mental activities that are beyond one's awareness. [2 definitions]
suppression in psychiatry, the act of keeping painful or difficult thoughts or emotions from one's conscious awareness. [1/2 definitions]
trance a state of absorption, detachment, or concentration that causes lack of awareness of or reaction to one's surroundings. [1/4 definitions]
underground beyond public awareness; concealed; clandestine. [1/9 definitions]