adverb see preconscious I

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  • preconsciously — See preconscious. * * * …   Universalium

  • preconsciously — prɪː kÉ‘nʃəslɪ / kÉ’n adv. via the preconscious, through the mental level of preconscious …   English contemporary dictionary

  • preconsciously — pre·consciously …   English syllables

  • preconsciously — adverb see preconscious I …   Useful english dictionary

  • preconscious — preconsciously, adv. /pree kon sheuhs/, adj. 1. Psychoanal. absent from but capable of being readily brought into consciousness. 2. occurring prior to the development of consciousness. n. 3. the preconscious portion of the mind; foreconscious.… …   Universalium

  • preconscious — I. adjective Date: 1860 not present in consciousness but capable of being recalled without encountering any inner resistance or repression • preconsciously adverb II. noun Date: circa 1922 the preconscious part of the psyche especially in… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • preconscious — /ˌpriˈkɒnʃəs/ (say .pree konshuhs) adjective 1. Psychology absent from the conscious mind but capable of being easily recalled to it. 2. of or relating to a state before the development of consciousness. –noun 3. the preconscious part of the mind …   Australian English dictionary

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