Origin of subliminalsee sub- and limen and -al
An example of subliminal used as an adjective is the phrase "subliminal message," which means a message that may be remembered even if the person was not consciously aware of the message.
- Below the threshold of conscious perception. Used of stimuli.
- Inadequate to produce conscious awareness but able to evoke a response: subliminal propaganda.
Origin of subliminalsub- Latin līmen līmin- threshold
(comparative more subliminal, superlative most subliminal)
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- Early examples of product placement include classic 'subliminal' messages by large soda drink companies flashing messages of their products in the middle of movie screenings.
- The fact that it has gotten to me the way it has (and my paranoid nature) leads me to believe that the Japanese are in the final stages of subliminal experimentations.
- The subliminal elements of creating a good atmosphere and product personality, are keys to making a lasting, favorable impression with your target market.
- These open offices where people were constantly moving and passing behind stationary workers created a situation known as Subliminal Distraction.