Conscious and Voluntary

Conscious

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Conscious adjective – Made, given, or done with full awareness of what one is doing.
Usage example: a conscious effort to instill discord in the family

Voluntary is a synonym for conscious in deliberate topic. In some cases you can use "Voluntary" instead the word "Conscious" as an adjective or a noun, when it comes to topics like intentional. popular alternative
Nearby Words: consciousness, conscience, consciously
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Voluntary

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Voluntary adjective – Done, made, or given with one's own free will.
Usage example: a voluntary contribution to the school's fund-raising drive

Conscious is a synonym for voluntary in deliberate topic. You can use "Conscious" instead an adjective "Voluntary", if it concerns topics such as intentional. popular alternative
Nearby Words: volunteer, voluntarily, voluntarism, voluntaryism
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Things that words describes

ability conscious ability voluntary ability
move conscious move voluntary move
attempt conscious attempt voluntary attempt
control conscious control voluntary control
Other nouns: use, decision, version.

Both words in one sentence

  • Jericho of the DCU had the power to take over someone's body, but if the target is conscious, they retain the ability to speak, which means they often start yelping about how they suddenly have lost control of their voluntary motor functions.
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