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undulled — |ən+ adjective Etymology: un (I) + dulled, past participle of dull : not dulled undulled by time, he was worn smoother by it Stuart Cloete … Useful english dictionary
undulled — adj. * * * … Universalium
undulled — /ʌnˈdʌld/ (say un duld) adjective not dulled … Australian English dictionary
conscious — I. adjective Etymology: Latin conscius, from com + scire to know Date: 1592 1. perceiving, apprehending, or noticing with a degree of controlled thought or observation < conscious of having succeeded > < was conscious that someone was watching >… … New Collegiate Dictionary
Fernán Caballero — (24 December 1796 7 April 1877) was the pseudonym adopted from the name of a village in the province of Ciudad Real by the Spanish novelist Cecilia Francisca Josefa Böhl de Faber.Born at Morges in Switzerland, she was the daughter of Johann… … Wikipedia
conscious — 1. Aware; having present knowledge or perception of oneself, one s acts and surroundings. 2. Denoting something occurring with the perceptive attention of the individual, as a c. act or idea, distinguished from automatic or instinctive. [L.… … Medical dictionary