Another word for awareness

Another word for awareness DEFAULT

Synonyms for Awareness:

What is another word for awareness?

3329 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ɐwˈe͡ənəs], [ ɐwˈe‍ənəs], [ ɐ_w_ˈeə_n_ə_s]
  • n.

    acquaintance (noun)acumen (noun)
    • dis criminations,
    • in-tuition,
    • smartnesses,
    • good tastes,
    • in tuition,
    • in-tuitions,
    • in tuitions,
    • dis crimination,
    • in sights,
    • in-sights,
    • dis-criminations,
    • in-sight,
    • dis-crimination.
    anticipation (noun)
    • pre monition,
    • fore thoughts,
    • pre-vision,
    • fore bodings,
    • fore-bodings,
    • pre-conceptions,
    • fore-seeing,
    • pre-monitions,
    • fore-tastes,
    • pre-monition,
    • pre-sentiment,
    • fore-sights,
    • fore thought,
    • fore boding,
    • fore-seeings,
    • pre-conception,
    • pre sciences,
    • pre sentiments,
    • fore sight,
    • fore seeings,
    • pre-science,
    • fore-cast,
    • pre conception,
    • fore-sight,
    • pre science,
    • fore seeing,
    • fore-thought,
    • fore-thoughts,
    • fore tastes,
    • foreseeings,
    • pre visions,
    • pre vision,
    • pre-visions,
    • fore casts,
    • fore sights,
    • prior knowledges,
    • fore taste,
    • pre monitions,
    • pre sentiment,
    • fore cast,
    • pre conceptions,
    • fore-boding,
    • fore-taste,
    • fore-casts,
    • pre-sciences,
    • pre-sentiments.
    appreciation (noun)attention (noun)awareness (noun)caution (noun)
    • discretion,
    • vigilance,
    • care,
    • mindfulness,
    • heedfulness,
    • guardedness,
    • alertness,
    • attentiveness,
    • heed,
    • deliberation,
    • carefulness,
    • circumspection,
    • caution,
    • prudence,
    • wariness.
    cognition (noun)comprehension (noun)consciousness (noun)feeling (noun)
    • excitation,
    • responsiveness,
    • sensuality,
    • innervations,
    • innervation,
    • reflexes,
    • motor response,
    • excitability,
    • motility,
    • motilities.
    illumination (noun)imagination (noun)
    • ideality,
    • wittiness,
    • unreality,
    • perceptibility,
    • resourcefulness,
    • unrealities,
    • creative thought,
    • Idealities,
    • mental agility,
    • imaginativeness,
    • visualization,
    • visualizations.
    interpretation (noun)ken (noun)knowledge (noun)light (noun)memory (noun)meticulousness (noun)observance (noun)
    • dis charge,
    • dis-charges,
    • heedings,
    • re mark,
    • dis charges,
    • honorings,
    • re-marks,
    • carrying outs,
    • dis-charge,
    • re marks.
    Other relevant words: (noun)
    • observance,
    • conversance,
    • in sight,
    • Sympathies,
    • smartness,
    • acquittance,
    • horizons,
    • perceptivities,
    • forbearance,
    • marbles,
    • appreciation,
    • judgment,
    • intellection,
    • gratefulness,
    • meticulousness,
    • intellections,
    • in formation,
    • light,
    • Percipience,
    • scrupulousness,
    • previsions,
    • good taste,
    • illumination,
    • interpretation,
    • Astucity,
    • imagination,
    • perception,
    • AHAS,
    • Re-mark,
    • sensibility,
    • Aha,
    • grasp,
    • Depth Perception,
    • acumen,
    • big idea,
    • prior knowledge,
    • thoroughness,
    • recurrence,
    • acuity,
    • acuities,
    • purview,
    • understanding,
    • insights,
    • ken,
    • thought,
    • depth of perception,
    • considerateness,
    • anticipation,
    • thankfulness,
    • Visions,
    • learnedness,
    • responsivenesss,
    • comprehension,
    • feeling,
    • prevision,
    • recognizance,
    • cognition,
    • rememberings,
    • telltales,
    • prehension,
    • aesthetic sense,
    • realization,
    • attention,
    • notion,
    • needs,
    • acquittances,
    • recognizances,
    • apprehension,
    • sensation,
    • knowledge,
    • high regard,
    • brain wave,
    • recognition,
    • perceptivity,
    • esteem,
    • memory,
    • sagaciousness,
    • touch,
    • foretastes,
    • vigil,
    • consideration,
    • sensitivity,
    • foretaste,
    • cunnings,
    • slow take.
    perception (noun)punctiliousness (noun)recognition (noun)
    • re cognizances,
    • re-cognizance,
    • re calling,
    • re-cognition,
    • re-callings,
    • recallings,
    • identifyings,
    • noticings,
    • re-calling,
    • re cognizance,
    • re callings,
    • re cognitions,
    • re cognition,
    • re-cognitions,
    • re-cognizances.
    savvy (noun)scholarship (noun)sensation (noun)sensibility (noun)sensitivity (noun)susceptibility (noun)touch (noun)understanding (noun)vigil (noun)watch (noun)wit/wits (noun)
  • v.

    Other relevant words: (verb)
  • Other synonyms:

    • resuscitation,
    • wooziness,
    • dozy,
    • distrait,
    • stuporous,
    • Reeling,
    • nodding,
    • mastery,
    • slumberous,
    • Bewilderedness,
    • Hebetate,
    • benumbed,
    • abstraction,
    • waken,
    • lore,
    • vertiginousness,
    • dizziness,
    • bedaze,
    • daydreaming,
    • reactivate,
    • revivification,
    • grounding,
    • bewilderment,
    • rekindle,
    • expertise,
    • reawaken,
    • unawake,
    • point of reference,
    • sophistication,
    • desensitize,
    • revitalization,
    • bemused,
    • experience,
    • giddiness,
    • unsleeping,
    • self-discovery,
    • puzzlement,
    • Slumberless,
    • lightheadedness,
    • somniferous,
    • Dizzying,
    • wisdom,
    • brown study,
    • discombobulation,
    • resurrect,
    • somnifacient,
    • beware,
    • unresponsive,
    • general knowledge,
    • befuddlement,
    • reactivation,
    • shuteye,
    • emotional intelligence,
    • preoccupy,
    • discrimination,
    • woozy,
    • slumbery,
    • foreknowledge,
    • looker-on,
    • somnific,
    • literacy,
    • affinity,
    • hindsight,
    • self-knowledge,
    • absent-mindedness,
    • erudition,
    • sensitiveness,
    • bemusement,
    • renascence,
    • susceptibility,
    • sensorial,
    • catnap,
    • know-how,
    • learning.
    • drowsy,
    • trance,
    • depth,
    • reverie,
    • hypnotic,
    • awake,
    • responsive,
    • asleep,
    • numb,
    • bemuse,
    • insensitive,
    • daze,
    • revitalize,
    • sentry,
    • engross,
    • slumber,
    • doze,
    • idea,
    • renaissance,
    • soporific,
    • inattentive,
    • mystification,
    • sensuous,
    • spectator,
    • information,
    • sensitive,
    • working,
    • stupefaction,
    • sleepy,
    • watcher,
    • oversleep,
    • beholder,
    • torpid,
    • resurgence,
    • unconscious,
    • mindful,
    • wary,
    • somnolent,
    • Absent-minded,
    • siesta,
    • lightheaded,
    • sedative,
    • operating,
    • wakeful,
    • faraway,
    • preoccupied,
    • wakefulness,
    • overview,
    • sleeping,
    • rapt,
    • impressible,
    • wide-awake,
    • protector,
    • snooze,
    • vertiginous,
    • keel over,
    • absorbed,
    • stun,
    • arouse,
    • vertigo,
    • reanimate,
    • benumb,
    • sleep,
    • sentinel,
    • watchful,
    • onlooker,
    • sleepless,
    • watch,
    • bystander,
    • observatory,
    • open-eyed,
    • sensational,
    • guard.
    • alive,
    • acquaintance,
    • insensible,
    • abstracted,
    • regard,
    • picket,
    • heedful,
    • resurrection,
    • giddy,
    • observant,
    • scrutinize,
    • stupefy,
    • sensual,
    • lookout,
    • rebirth,
    • observe,
    • sensory,
    • immerse,
    • stir,
    • resuscitate,
    • active,
    • stupor,
    • revivify,
    • rouse,
    • unfeeling,
    • impressionable,
    • scrutiny,
    • running,
    • sentient,
    • deaden,
    • observer,
    • monopolize,
    • alert,
    • revival,
    • conscious,
    • vigilant,
    • perplexity,
    • narcotic,
    • awaken,
    • nap,
    • wake.
    • fog,
    • dizzy,
    • opiate,
    • observation,
    • nod,
    • wooden,
    • dead,
    • sensible,
    • senseless,
    • absorb,
    • operative,
    • renewal,
    • absent,
    • bed.
    consciousness Other relevant words:
    • enchant,
    • imprint,
    • business organization,
    • subordination,
    • fascinate,
    • economic consumption,
    • pull away,
    • animated,
    • augur,
    • whimsy,
    • restore,
    • constrictive,
    • imbibe,
    • furbish up,
    • stylemark,
    • desensitise,
    • prefigure,
    • tactile sensation,
    • irritation,
    • germ,
    • mend,
    • clang,
    • weak,
    • heartbeat,
    • occult,
    • imaging,
    • take stock,
    • intentional,
    • counterbalance,
    • sake,
    • prepare,
    • be after,
    • sack out,
    • sound judgment,
    • capture,
    • manage,
    • ceremony,
    • audition,
    • bewitch,
    • optic,
    • assess,
    • set up,
    • touch on,
    • malicious gossip,
    • raw,
    • fictionalization,
    • judicial decision,
    • mountain,
    • common cold,
    • foresightfulness,
    • psyche,
    • discreetness,
    • boast,
    • throw,
    • ending,
    • founding,
    • unwashed,
    • agitate,
    • good example,
    • endue,
    • cast,
    • skin senses,
    • undetectable,
    • discourse,
    • witting,
    • work,
    • force,
    • have a go at it,
    • change,
    • chit,
    • gustatory perception,
    • repute,
    • detecting,
    • absolutely,
    • sherlock,
    • company,
    • mode,
    • scruple,
    • crease,
    • scrunch,
    • inwardness,
    • aplomb,
    • sluttish,
    • responsibility,
    • soundness,
    • powerfulness,
    • device,
    • soak up,
    • unconscious mind,
    • civilisation,
    • go for,
    • remainder,
    • situate,
    • longsightedness,
    • meander,
    • wanton,
    • chemical reaction,
    • quiescency,
    • pauperism,
    • comportment,
    • mental ability,
    • replace,
    • clear,
    • lite,
    • oceanic abyss,
    • custody,
    • idle,
    • suspicious,
    • tinct,
    • eyelet,
    • flex,
    • serious-mindedness,
    • slyness,
    • corroborative,
    • gustatory modality,
    • counterweight,
    • ask,
    • finger,
    • take away,
    • avouchment,
    • head up,
    • obtain,
    • expend,
    • define,
    • intrude,
    • constricting,
    • backward,
    • choose,
    • frigidity,
    • one,
    • afield,
    • lesson,
    • sore,
    • instinctive reflex,
    • free will,
    • title,
    • grant,
    • headway,
    • figure,
    • energize,
    • captivate,
    • observation tower,
    • entrance money,
    • close,
    • excitableness,
    • mass,
    • inborn reflex,
    • inhuman,
    • marrow,
    • careful,
    • exemplification,
    • glimmering,
    • entertain,
    • bend,
    • neglect,
    • intelligence service,
    • dumb,
    • mould,
    • pi,
    • yoke,
    • painfulness,
    • trace,
    • gate-crash,
    • thoroughly,
    • tripping,
    • goodness,
    • swank,
    • stopping point,
    • murk,
    • tlc,
    • light source,
    • get wise,
    • smell,
    • brush up,
    • jumpiness,
    • break up,
    • object lesson,
    • nonpareil,
    • public presentation,
    • accommodate,
    • amaze,
    • guts,
    • uncovering,
    • sideline,
    • hurt,
    • get it on,
    • paradigm,
    • impulsion,
    • attending,
    • miniature,
    • maintenance,
    • jot,
    • nerves,
    • appropriate,
    • cringle,
    • bushed,
    • inert,
    • scrunch up,
    • way of life,
    • contrive,
    • lovemaking,
    • nerve,
    • freewheel,
    • practice,
    • mint,
    • clangour,
    • intent,
    • worm,
    • replacement,
    • equilibrize,
    • badger,
    • ghost,
    • presumption,
    • chump,
    • gray matter,
    • lift,
    • vulnerability,
    • blaze,
    • persuasion,
    • evolution,
    • salutation,
    • contain,
    • bring,
    • innate reflex,
    • cacoethes,
    • put out,
    • lighter,
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1. awareness

noun. ['əˈwɛrnəs'] having knowledge of.

  • feel
  • knowingness
  • cognisant
  • knowing
  • self-awareness
  • sense
  • cognizant
  • unaware
  • aware
  • incognizant
  • consciousness
  • cognisance
  • aware
  • unaware
  • gladden
  • lose
  • -ness (English)
  • aware (English)
  • gewær (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

Words that Rhyme with Awareness

How do you spell awareness? Is it awarness ?

A common misspelling of awareness is awarness

Example sentences of the word awareness


1. Noun, singular or mass
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Quotes containing the word awareness


1. Life is a culmination of the past, an awareness of the present, an indication of a future beyond knowledge, the quality that gives a touch of divinity to matter.
- Charles Lindbergh

2. Humor is perhaps a sense of intellectual perspective: an awareness that some things are really important, others not; and that the two kinds are most oddly jumbled in everyday affairs.
- Christopher Morley

3. When I think of art I think of beauty. Beauty is the mystery of life. It is not in the eye it is in the mind. In our minds there is awareness of perfection.
- Agnes Martin

2. self-awareness

noun. awareness of your own individuality.

  • knowingness
  • orientation
  • self-consciousness
  • consciousness
  • awareness
  • cognisance
  • unselfconsciousness
  • aware
  • unaware
  • orthodoxy
  • -ness (English)
  • aware (English)
  • gewær (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • self- (English)

3. awareness

noun. ['əˈwɛrnəs'] state of elementary or undifferentiated consciousness.

  • -ness (English)
  • aware (English)
  • gewær (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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Frequently Asked Questions About aware

How does the adjective aware contrast with its synonyms?

Some common synonyms of aware are alive, awake, cognizant, conscious, and sensible. While all these words mean "having knowledge of something," aware implies vigilance in observing or alertness in drawing inferences from what one experiences.

aware of changes in climate

How are the words alive and sensible related as synonyms of aware?

Alive adds to sensible the implication of acute sensitivity to something.

alive to the thrill of danger

When could awake be used to replace aware?

While the synonyms awake and aware are close in meaning, awake implies that one has become alive to something and is on the alert.

a country always awake to the threat of invasion

When might cognizant be a better fit than aware?

While in some cases nearly identical to aware, cognizant implies having special or certain knowledge as from firsthand sources.

not fully cognizant of the facts

When is it sensible to use conscious instead of aware?

In some situations, the words conscious and aware are roughly equivalent. However, conscious implies that one is focusing one's attention on something or is even preoccupied by it.

conscious that my heart was pounding

In what contexts can sensible take the place of aware?

The words sensible and aware are synonyms, but do differ in nuance. Specifically, sensible implies direct or intuitive perceiving especially of intangibles or of emotional states or qualities.

sensible of a teacher's influence

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Phonological Awareness 9

I washed and collected water in a bowl. He was reclining on the sofa. When She washed Him, he no longer thought about Her. He planned his day and his exploits. The alarm is turned off.

Awareness another word for

We lay down on the bed and sniffled in silence. Mom was all flushed and excited. Again, a new discovery for me, - my mother looked away, - I liked it. I didn't think it could be nice this way either.

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