unconsciousness

[ US /ˌənˈkɑnʃəsnɪs/ ]
[ UK /ʌnkˈɒnʃəsnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. a state lacking normal awareness of the self or environment
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How To Use unconsciousness In A Sentence

  • Data from human studies indicate that decompression at 1,000 feet/minute results in excitement and euphoria, followed by sensory dullness, weakness, and unconsciousness.
  • I slipped under the light sheets with her and joined her in complete unconsciousness.
  • When properly applied, the choke hold causes unconsciousness in 10-20 seconds.
  • Severe vomiting, diarrhoea, rectal tenesmus: unable to keep standing, she urinates under herself; the pupils are dilated, the eyes haggard; complete mind-blindness, near-total failure of reflexes, deep unconsciousness, breathing dyspneic, heart-beat faint and very fast, pulse barely perceptible; dead in thirty-six hours. Charles Richet - Nobel Lecture
  • The dying man's eyes glazed over as he sank deeper into unconsciousness.
  • He advocates the instinct, the imagination, the unconsciousness, by means of the intelligence which he esteems so far beneath them ....
  • I could not recall the guileless simplicity of childhood, its sweet unconsciousness and contentment, in the present joy. Ernest Linwood or, The Inner Life of the Author
  • Unconsciousness happens in this state, as well as light sleep states, where dreams and hallucinations occur.
  • So I guess it is time to go and rest my head on the pillow, and let unconsciousness drown those thoughts.
  • He advocates the instinct, the imagination, the unconsciousness, by means of the intelligence which he esteems so far beneath them ....
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