Definitions for minded
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word minded.
(used in combination) mentally oriented toward something specified
apt(p), disposed(p), given(p), minded(p), tending(p)adjective
(usually followed by `to') naturally disposed toward
"he is apt to ignore matters he considers unimportant"; "I am not minded to answer any questions"
Having a mind (inclination) for something.
Having a preference for doing something; having a likelihood, or disposition to carry out an act.
I am minded to refuse the request.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Disposed; inclined; affected.
Etymology: from mind.
We come to know
How you stand minded in the weighty diff’rence
Between the king and you. William Shakespeare, Henry VIII.
Whose fellowship therefore unmeet for thee,
Good reason was thou freely should’st dislike,
And be so minded still. John Milton, Par. Lost, b. viii.
If men were minded to live virtuously, to believe a God would be no hindrance to any such design, but very much for its advancement. John Tillotson, Sermons.
Pyrrhus is nobly minded; and I fain
Would live to thank him. Philips.
"Minded" refers to being inclined or disposed towards something, having a particular attitude, intention or focus. It can also refer to someone's ability to think, understand, and form judgments logically. It is often used in combination with other words to describe specific tendencies or attitudes, for example, "public-minded" or "money-minded."
disposed; inclined; having a mind
The numerical value of minded in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of minded in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
He is open-minded, and never wants to push his agenda on students; he pushes students to be critical thinkers and open-minded. That was my experience.
If your narrow minded your life's boring, If your open minded your life's interesting.
It's hard to turn around weight gain later on, so we need to be action-minded and prevention-minded with this issue.
Low-minded men are occupied solely with their own affairs, but noble-minded men take special interest in the affairs of others. The submarine fire drinks up the ocean, to fill its insatiable interior; the rain-cloud, that it may relieve the drought of the earth, burnt up by the hot season.
Be open minded as an open minded person always sees everything possible and the one who sees everything possible is capable of making anything possible. So keep an open mind and MickeyMize your life. Share this to have a world of infinite possibilities.
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