subconscious

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From sub- +‎ conscious. This etymology is incomplete. You can help Wiktionary by elaborating on the origins of this term.

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subconscious (comparative more subconscious, superlative most subconscious)

  1. Partially conscious.
  2. (psychology, dated) Synonym of unconscious.
    The sense of smell can be a subconscious influence on our actions.

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subconscious (usually uncountable, plural subconsciouses)

  1. (psychology, dated) Synonym of unconscious.
    Synonyms: subconsciousness, subconscious mind
    A person can sometimes wake up knowing the solution to a problem that their subconscious has been working on.

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