Definition of unconsciously in English:

unconsciously

adverb

  • Without realizing or being aware of one's actions.

    ‘Ben smiled unconsciously when he heard her voice’
    sentence adverb ‘unconsciously, she has spent her whole life looking for a man who could live up to the ideal of her father’
    • ‘Often, consciously or unconsciously on the part of the designer, the interface takes the form of a control panel or a kind of dashboard.’
    • ‘Unconsciously or not, he was skilled from an early age at capturing movement and at posing interesting and original compositions.’
    • ‘Once the stakes were raised and he got a taste of stardom, his humor became unconsciously cruel.’
    • ‘I've realized a posteriori that a moment of destruction in the fiction related to my own mother; unconsciously, I was experiencing the same kind of relationship.’
    • ‘Both the military and the spies spend most the film attempting to curtail his freedom: they collude, albeit unconsciously, in trying to trap and imprison him.’

Pronunciation

unconsciously

/ʌnˈkɒnʃəsli/