- disposed to perceive one's environment in visual terms and to recall sights more vividly than sounds, smells, etc.
Origin of eye-minded
First recorded in 1885–90
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Examples from the Web for eye-minded
It is true among human beings that most of them are eye-minded.The Meaning of Evolution
Samuel Christian Schmucker
Not many people are ear-minded; not nearly so many are as eye-minded.
People who can make such inner pictures are said to be eye-minded.
The eye-minded person, moreover, has still another string to his bow.
In the first case you are eye-minded; in the second, ear-minded; in the third, motor-minded.