Unknowability might be an unavoidable consequence of self-aware, self-improving software.
He is self-aware enough to make them comfortable with his self-deprecating humor and unaccented English.
This self-aware midnight premiere-goer exhibited a bit more self-awareness than some of the other crying fans.
But his self-effacing, self-aware and humble style makes it accessible and real—and thus particularly valuable.
A woman who pays for her first experience is likely to be self-conscious yet self-aware and over 30.
She was self-aware, even, of the role her prettiness played in earning her admirers.
Thoughtful, self-aware, well-adjusted people rarely run for president.
The end result, advocates say, is not just more competent and self-aware children, but a more peaceful world.
And because he's self-aware it makes him tragic but it also makes him likable.
Any intelligent, self-aware person with an interesting story can write a decent and readable memoir.
late Old English gewær, from Proto-Germanic *ga-waraz (cf. Old Saxon giwar, Middle Dutch gheware, Old High German giwar, German gewahr), from *ga-, intensive prefix, + wær "wary, cautious" (see wary).