- to perceive or notice.
- to remember.
- to remind.
Idioms about mind
- to change one's perceptions, awareness, etc., as through the use of drugs or narcotics.
- to overwhelm a person with intense excitement, pleasure, astonishment, or dismay: Cool jazz really blows my mind.
- mad; insane: You must be out of your mind to say such a ridiculous thing.
- totally distracted: He's out of his mind with worry.
- emotionally overwhelmed: out of her mind with joy.
Origin of mind
synonym study for mind
OTHER WORDS FROM mindsubmind, nounun·mind·ing, adjective
How to use mind in a sentence
With that in mind, we sought out stocks in six categories that are poised to deliver big results as the world rebuilds.
The tale calls to mind classics such as “It” and “Ghost Story.”Best science fiction, fantasy and horror books of 2020|Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Lavie Tidhar|November 19, 2020|Washington Post
I think the ideas Best is grappling with are interesting either way, but keep that grain of salt in mind.
However, there are two notable factors to bear in mind here.Airlines saw an immediate boost in passenger bookings following vaccine announcements|David Meyer|November 17, 2020|Fortune
Keep in mind that groups don’t evolve to become more “advanced” than their ancestors.
By the age of five, Eugenie was tasked with minding the pig herds, rising before dawn to keep an eye on the snuffling porkers.
Expect to leave the tribute happily humming the haunting notes of “Alfie” and not minding any raindrops falling on your head.10 Best Plays of the Year: Richard III, No Man’s Land, and More|Janice Kaplan|December 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
You grow used to seeing evil done, to letting it go; you begin by not minding, you end by doing it yourself.
John Leo is editor of Minding the Campus, the Manhattan Institute site on colleges and universities.
Who was minding the store when 92,000 documents were purloined, Big Brother or Big Momma?
Louis the Goon went along, looking neither to right nor left, docilely intent on minding his own business.
Nothing goes wrong enough with me to give me a handsome excuse for minding it.The Daisy Chain|Charlotte Yonge
The driver could not tell where he had been that night, not here certainly, but wherever it was he was minding his own business.The Light That Lures|Percy Brebner
"We are much obliged to you for not minding about the window," Bess added, forgetting her shyness.The Story of the Big Front Door|Mary Finley Leonard
He won't never speak to another girl minding her own business as he spoke to us.The Leaven in a Great City|Lillian William Betts
British Dictionary definitions for mind
- to cause someone to have a psychedelic experience
- to astound or surprise someone
Word Origin for mind
Medical definitions for mind
Other Idioms and Phrases with mind
In addition to the idioms beginning with mind
- mind like a steel trap, have a
- mind of one's own, have a
- mind one's own business
- mind one's p's and q's
- mind over matter
- mind the store
- back of one's mind
- bear in mind
- blow one's mind
- boggle the mind
- bring to mind
- call to mind
- change one's mind
- come to mind
- cross one's mind
- frame of mind
- go out of one's mind
- great minds
- half a mind
- have a good mind to
- in one's mind's eye
- in one's right mind
- know one's own mind
- load off one's mind
- lose one's mind
- make up one's mind
- meeting of the minds
- never mind
- of two minds
- one-track mind
- on one's mind
- open mind
- out of sight (out of mind)
- piece of one's mind
- presence of mind
- prey on (one's mind)
- put one in mind of
- read someone's mind
- set one's mind at rest
- slip one's mind
- speak one's mind
- to my mind