But I'm selfish and worldly-minded, like my neighbours in Christendom.
Then why is that worldly-minded Debby talking about dressing for dinner?
But Elizabeth was a worldly-minded woman, impatient of theological disputes.
From that time all, even the worldly-minded and the sinners, clung to their God.
He was far too much of a student and worker to be altogether so worldly-minded as Browning represents him.
His appointment is one which even a worldly-minded man might covet.
Alas, the counsel of worldly-minded Christians does far more harm than that of the openly wicked.
You are worldly-minded even in your rigorousness, my poor boy.
But since then she had seen life through the eyes of a worldly-minded old husband, and it had made a difference.
The worldly-minded father was, at any rate, safe, and was prepared to invest handsomely in a titled son-in-law.