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[ mahyn-did ]


  1. having a certain kind of mind (usually used in combination):


  2. inclined or disposed.


/ ˈmaɪndɪd /


  1. having a mind, inclination, intention, etc, as specified

    politically minded

  2. ( in combination )


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  • half-minded adjective
  • self-minded adjective
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Word History and Origins

Origin of minded1

First recorded in 1495–1505; mind + -ed 3
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Example Sentences

One of the very best of the natural-minded Champagne makers is Vincent Couche, whose bottling called “Chloé” I stumbled upon a few years back at Oakland’s influential natural wine bar and bottle shop, Ordinaire.

From Eater

Future-minded entrepreneurs and researchers aim to listen in on our brains and perhaps even reshape thinking.

I’m looking for a man who is confident, thoughtful, goal-oriented, philanthropic, open-minded, and makes me laugh.

I thought it was conducted by weak-minded men and women who were unable to check their worst impulses and had very little self-control.

From Ozy

Since becoming a mom to two young, very active boys, a deeper drive to support self-worth for all, particularly children, through a socially-minded food business, has become an equal obsession.

From Fortune

The world is changing, and men really could use a movement—just not the misogynistic, conspiracy-minded one they have now.

But all fair-minded Americans should get behind this push for real equality and protections in the lives of all Americans.

We can always use people who are community-minded [like him].

There were likewise people who could have mobilized actors, students, reform-minded Communists and even trade unionists.

“Small groups of like-minded Turkers [can] come together and start taking productive action,” Bernstein said.

They will reach you by the hands of Mr. Mackenzie, a worldly-minded Scotch merchant, but honest as to earthly things.

You may imagine the effect this missive produced upon the proud, high-minded doctor of divinity.

He was an outlaw, hunted and despised, depending for his life on the caprice of a fickle-minded woman.

High-minded and possessing a keen sense of honor himself, he had an instinctive aversion to anything mean or low in others.

Rosa laughingly approved of this decision, for she was like-minded with her mother, but her father did not respond.


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