Aware of and responding to one’s surroundings
the patient was barely conscious
(In D. H. Lawrence's terminology) of the nature of or characterized by blood-consciousness.
Aware of and sensitive towards environmental issues.
Not fully conscious
Concerned about the general impression that one presents to other people
Feeling undue awareness of oneself, one’s appearance, or one’s actions
Only partially conscious
he gave me a self-conscious grin
Aware of, or attaching importance to, differences in skin colour, or the colour of one's own skin.
Aware of or interested in design.
Concerned by or acutely aware of personal prestige.
Aware of or (excessively) interested in one's social status.
Aware of the latest fashions and wanting to wear fashionable clothes and accessories
Concerned about how healthy one’s diet and lifestyle are
Aware of the health risks relating to cholesterol; concerned about one's own cholesterol level.
(Originally) sensitive to the state of the surrounding environment; (now usually) = environmentally sensitive.
Aware of being part of one's own generation, especially in terms of how it differs from previous generations.
Of or associated with a part of the mind below the level of immediate conscious awareness, from which memories and emotions that have not been repressed can be recalled
Of or concerning the part of the mind of which one is not fully aware but which influences one’s actions and feelings
Acutely or excessively aware of something
Transcending human or normal consciousness
Not suffering from or exhibiting self-consciousness; not shy or embarrassed