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inconscient

adjective in·con·scient \(ˌ)in-ˈkän(t)-shənt\

Definition of INCONSCIENT

Origin of INCONSCIENT

probably from French, from in- + conscient mindful, from Latin conscient-, consciens, present participle of conscire to be conscious — more at conscience
First Known Use: 1885

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