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subconscious
used in The Pigman

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Definition
mental activity of which one is not aware, but which can influence feelings and behavior; or the part of the mind that engages in such activity
  • "...and you can't even tell a subconscious suicide when you talk to one. ... He sounded just like the kind of guy who'd commit suicide by taking a cold shower and then leaving the windows open to die of pneumonia!"
    Chapter 5 (40% in)
subconscious = mental activity of which we are not aware, but which can influence feelings and behavior

(editor's note:  Many people use this as a synonym for unconscious; though experts in the mind may distinguish a difference.)
  • It's a kind of subconscious, schizophrenic fibbing, if you ask me, and if those parents don't have guilt complexes, I don't know who has.
    Chapter 4 (85% in)
  • Like the subconscious kind.
    Chapter 5 (39% in)
  • You're always blabbing about the subconscious, and you can't even tell a subconscious suicide when you talk to one.
    Chapter 5 (40% in)

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