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eye-minded

[ ahy-mahyn-did ]

adjective

  1. disposed to perceive one's environment in visual terms and to recall sights more vividly than sounds, smells, etc.


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Other Words From

  • eye-minded·ness noun

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Word History and Origins

Origin of eye-minded1

First recorded in 1885–90

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Example Sentences

Eye-minded as he was, he came to have an artistic sense, to love decorative effects.

But Madam English Sparrow was apparently eye-minded rather than ear-minded.

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.

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