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conscious
used in Me Before You

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1  —3 uses as in:
environmentally conscious
Definition
aware or concerned about something
  • And then, a little self-consciously, "Oui."
    p. 406.7
  • I had seen these women occasionally; they were usually bouncing up the hill to the castle, clutching small Boden-clad children, and when they came into the cafe their voices would carry, crystal clear and unself-conscious, as they asked, "Harry, darling, would you like a coffee?
    p. 53.4
  • He was rapt, suddenly unself-conscious.
    p. 183.2

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  • Perhaps in some way conscious of my scrutiny, Will stirred, but didn't wake.
    p. 368.5
  • That it would be harder to get up in the morning than when you were rudely shocked into consciousness by the alarm.
    p. 18.6
  • I could see him studying me, perhaps conscious of the new lines around my eyes, the way my mouth seemed set these days into a thin line of anxiety.
    p. 121.8
  • And then on January 22, a day when I was stuck in court with a relentless roll call of shoplifters and uninsured drivers, of weeping, angry ex-partners, Steven walked into the annex and found our son almost unconscious, his head lolling by his armrest, a sea of dark, sticky blood pooling around his wheels.
    p. 123.9
  • I am conscious that it's rather short.
    p. 134.0
  • He was self-conscious about it initially, but after I instructed him to begin everything with "Take a letter, Miss Clark," he got over it.
    p. 189.9
  • He took a sip and I stood in the kitchen, suddenly conscious of our tiny, shabby house with its 1980s wallpaper and dented kitchen cupboards.
    p. 194.3
  • Go out to eat, if feeling self-conscious about being fed, or—depending on the catheter situation—if the restaurant's bathroom was down a flight of stairs.
    p. 247.8
  • I was conscious of his gaze, could almost hear his unspoken questions.
    p. 273.9
  • The men looked as if they had been electrocuted, the women did little pointy fingers at the stars and looked horribly self-conscious even as they twirled.
    p. 292.4
  • I felt simultaneously acutely self-conscious and mildly hysterical.
    p. 294.7
  • My arms looped around his neck, I pulled back a little to look at him, no longer self-conscious.
    p. 295.4
  • I stood there a little longer, letting the steady beep of the machines burn a rhythm into my consciousness.
    p. 329.8
  • I felt Will's eyes on me, and felt oddly self-conscious for someone who had spent most of the previous week walking around in front of him in a bikini.
    p. 351.9
  • I danced, laughing, not self-conscious, not worrying about whether anybody could see us.
    p. 357.8
  • I am conscious that knowing me has caused you pain, and grief, and I hope that one day when you are less angry with me and less upset you will see not just that I could only have done the thing that I did, but also that this will help you live a really good life, a better life, than if you hadn't met me.
    p. 408.2

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