ADJECTIVE aware of one's own existence, sensations, thoughts, and surroundings.
ADJECTIVE not restrained or guided by conscience; unprincipled.
NOUN The quality or state of being unconscionable; unscrupulousness, unreasonableness.
NOUN chiefly in U.S. Law = unconscionableness.
NOUN systematic observation and testing of natural phenomena in a search for general laws and conclusive evidence.
NOUN the human faculty that enables one to decide between right and wrong acts or behavior, esp. in regard to one's own conduct.
ADJECTIVE infinite in knowledge; all-knowing.
NOUN. As an attribute of God, or of a person: the fact, state, or quality of having infinite knowledge.
ADJECTIVE Having foreknowledge or foresight; foreseeing.
NOUN knowledge of future occurrences; foreknowledge.
ADJECTIVE Ignorant (freq. with of).
NOUN absence of knowledge; ignorance.
ADJECTIVE speaking or prone to speak easily and fluently, esp. in a careless or thoughtless manner, with little concern for the truth.
NOUN The quality of being glib.
ADJECTIVE remarkably bad; flagrant; glaring.
NOUN the quality of being egregious; the possession of uncommon qualities.
ADJECTIVE fond of socializing with others; sociable.
NOUN the quality of being gregarious.
VERB to bring or come together to form a group or assembly; gather.
NOUN the act of gathering together or congregating; an assembled group; assembly.
VERB to separate or place apart from the majority of a group, people, or the like; isolate.
NOUN an act of segregating, or the condition of being segregated, esp. as a policy imposing social separation according to racial or ethnic groups.
VERB to collect in one mass or sum.
NOUN a sum, combination, or composite of separable elements.
NOUN the act of collecting or being collected into an unorganized mass.