hyperaware

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

hyper- +‎ aware

AdjectiveEdit

hyperaware (comparative more hyperaware, superlative most hyperaware)

  1. Extremely aware; much more alert to stimuli than normal
    Suddenly I was hyperaware of everything around me.
    • 1974, Joseph Berke & Calvin C. Hernton, The Cannabis Experience[1], ISBN 0720600731, page 95:
      For example, the smoker may become hyperaware of all or part of his body, of all or part of his mind.

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