ORIGIN

Old English gemynd ‘memory, thought’, of Germanic origin, from an Indo-European root meaning ‘revolve in the mind, think’, shared by Sanskrit manas and Latin mens ‘mind’—the source also of demented (mid-17th century), mental (Late Middle English), mention, etc.

USAGE

absent-minded(ly),  absent-mindedness,  bloody-minded(ness),  broad-minded(ness),  community-minded,  conservation-minded,  fair-minded,  feeble-minded,  high-minded(ness),  independent-minded,  like-minded,  money-minded,  narrow-minded(ness),  open-minded(ness),  right-minded,  simple-minded,  single-minded(ly),  single-mindedness,  small-minded(ness),  reform-minded,  strong-minded,  sustainability-minded,  tough-minded,  weak-minded
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