Inconscient

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Inconscient in-kon′shi-ent unconscious
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Usage

In literature:

By the spirit, when age shall o'ercome thee, thou still shalt enjoy More indeed, than at first when, inconscious, the life of a boy.
"Introduction to Robert Browning" by Hiram Corson
Dear Mr. Kenyon to be the smiling inconscious obstacle to any pleasure of mine, if it were merely pleasure!
"The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, Vol. 1 (of 2) 1845-1846" by Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett
She was not yet a woman, by a certain veil of fragility and inconscient shyness, but the child was gone.
"Making Money" by Owen Johnson
In man there's failure, only since he left The lower and inconscious forms of life.
"Browning and Dogma" by Ethel M. Naish
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In poetry:

He had passed, inconscient, full gaze,
The wide-branded irides
And botticellian sprays implied
In their diastasis;
"MAUBERLEY" by Ezra Pound
"Who art thou that babblest of heavenly ease
And joy and golden room
To us who are waifs on inconscient seas
And bound to life’s iron doom?
"A God's Labour" by Aurobindo Ghose