Origin of worldly-minded
Related formsworld·ly-mind·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for worldly-minded
Car′nal-mind′ed, worldly-minded; Car′neous, Carnose′, fleshy: of or like flesh.
Somebody in this family must be practical and worldly-minded, and I seem to be the one.Cap'n Dan's Daughter|Joseph C. Lincoln
The churches of men are largely made up of worldly-minded professors who know not the birth and life of the Spirit.The Last Reformation|F. G. [Frederick George] Smith
Byron wrote of him, "The most gentle, the most amiable, and the least worldly-minded person I ever met!"English Literature|William J. Long
These fragments, however highly estimated by the naturalist and the antiquary, were held in derision by the worldly-minded Tim.Real Life In London, Volumes I. and II.|Pierce Egan