implies awareness of something that is not expressed directly or explicitly sensible of their solemn grief
of something when one has certain or special knowledge of it through observation or information cognizant of the terms of the will
implies having knowledge of something through alertness in observing or in interpreting what one sees, hears, feels, etc. to be aware of a fact
implies awareness of a sensation, feeling, fact, condition, etc. and may suggest mere recognition or a focusing of attention conscious of a draft in the room, acutely conscious of her own limitations
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