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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

References in periodicals archive ?
While multiple minds can form an intermental mind, conversely, what I regard as my individual mind exists according to Palmer in multiple minds: as he writes, "there is a strong sense in which our mind is distributed among those other people who have an image of us in their mind" (6).
Done regularly, this simple exercise is highly effective in helping to coordinate the mind and body.
I applaud the interest All Kinds of Minds has taken in evaluating the program, but I dispute that existing research has shown much of anything, least of all that the program is ready for statewide support.
Glenn Gould was known to practice a piece exclusively in his mind for several weeks, and only take it to the piano a couple of weeks before recording it.
When such a novel denies the life of the mind to a female character, it also denies that she is fully human.
In a nutshell: A mind is a terrible thing to waste, but ``Psychonauts'' makes it a pretty fun place to play.
Each of these branches can be quickly and easily hyperlinked to individual Mind Maps displaying the contents of individual months," Parker said.
In light of such considerations, Modern Age undertook to mark the golden anniversary of The Conservative Mind with a series of essays not on Kirk, but on various of the conservative minds that Kirk had discussed in his magnum opus.
In looking at the issues raised by the loss of faculties and the loss of boundaries of time and space, of imagination and memory, I found Buddhist insights on the self and mind particularly helpful.
To a large extent it is becoming possible to read someone's mind by observing his or her brain activity.
The mind elaborates the perception of an object (analysis, comparison, synthesis) and then we experience it.
Nothing is certain, but the best bet from the Best Minds is that the Allied forces will eventually succeed.
Barnes saw the West both as a site of conflict between the minds and as a place where the foreign-born could be transformed into citizens of the republic.
sensory objects) which exist, and only exist, in the mind.
He is the author of more than 20 books, including Changing Minds: The Art and Science of Changing Our Own Mind and Other People's Minds, which HBS Press published in 2004 and is now available in paperback.