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Synonyms for mind

memory

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take offence at

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  • take offence at
  • dislike
  • care about
  • object to
  • resent
  • disapprove of
  • be bothered by
  • look askance at
  • be affronted by

be careful

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be sure

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remember to

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  • remember to
  • see (that)
  • make sure
  • don't forget to
  • take care to

bear or keep something or someone in mind

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cross your mind

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have something in mind

make up your mind

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mind out

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never mind: forget

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  • forget
  • don't worry about
  • pay no attention to
  • disregard
  • don't bother about
  • don't concern yourself about

never mind: forget it

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  • forget it
  • it doesn't matter
  • don't worry about it
  • it's unimportant
  • don't give it a second thought

never you mind

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  • it's none of your business
  • it's nothing to do with you

out of your mind: mad

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out of your mind: frantic

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put or set someone's mind at rest

put someone in mind of something or someone

Synonyms for mind

the seat of the faculty of intelligence and reason

the faculty of thinking, reasoning, and acquiring and applying knowledge

a person of great mental ability

the thought processes characteristic of an individual or group

something believed or accepted as true by a person

a desire for a particular thing or activity

to be careful

to renew an image or thought in the mind

to perceive with a special effort of the senses or the mind

to have in mind as a goal or purpose

to have an objection

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to have the care and supervision of

Synonyms for mind

recall or remembrance

an opinion formed by judging something

an important intellectual

attention

your intention

knowledge and intellectual ability

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be offended or bothered by

be concerned with or about something or somebody

be in charge of or deal with

pay close attention to

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be on one's guard

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keep in mind

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Think worldwide diving and the crew of the Calypso comes to mind.
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In the past, Herrington has made ``projects'' of nonfootball players who happen to be great athletes - Keith Howell, now a Harvard freshman, comes to mind - but surprisingly, Herrington has resisted a natural temptation to sculpt Gentry into a wide receiver or defensive back.
soil - the USS Arizona Memorial in Hawaii's Pearl Harbor comes to mind, or the stark black wall with an appalling chronicle of dead at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington.
Hutcherson "Vin is exactly the kind of artist who comes to mind when thinking of the type of young-up-and-coming talent which the Diversity Awards seeks to honor.
Irresponsible government is a phrase that comes to mind.
The first look at Edge Lane plans (ECHO,March 15) Looking at the artists' impression of the newhouses to be built along Edge Lane, the song 'Little Boxes Made of TickyTacky' comes to mind.
When I think of the term home, the first thing that comes to mind is privacy and security.
Mind what you say - don't just say what comes to mind.
While it has been a career-saver for some -- Jason Kidd comes to mind -- the list of NBA stars who have never been the same after the procedure is long and dubious, including Chris Webber, Allen Houston and Marcus Camby, to name a few.
They use it for whatever comes to mind as in 'That's sooo Web2'.
The first one who comes to mind is Maggie Gyllenhaal.
One black-owned firm that comes to mind is Ember Media, a full-service digital media production studio and CD-ROM publishing company based in New York.
In the battle against pests in nursing homes, the physical building might not be the first weapon that comes to mind.
If you don't agree, then I suggest that you pose the following question to your customers, friends and families: "What is the first word that comes to mind when you think of a metalcasting facility?