- having or showing a lack of serious purpose, attitude, etc.; frivolous; trifling: to be in a light-minded mood.
Origin of light-minded
First recorded in 1605–15
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Examples from the Web for light-minded
Judith was not at all discomposed by her light-minded raillery.Miss Pat at Artemis Lodge
But the Nobodies are light-minded, casual, and good-hearted.Waiting for Daylight
Henry Major Tomlinson
Miss PaysleyYou like to have people think you are cynical and light-minded.
Supposing he has written a "light-minded fiction," as you call it, where's the harm of it?'The Giant's Robe
She wondered if she was too light-minded, too easily pleased.A Little Girl in Old Pittsburg
Amanda M. Douglas