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Definitions of "minds"
- Plural form of mind. noun
- Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mind. verb
The word "minds" in example sentences
Materialism (a pamphlet of most ambitious verbiage,) in which, with reference to all former education, we are "the slaves of prejudice;" yet the author modestly requires that minds -- we beg his pardon, we have _no minds_ -- intellects must be _trained_ to his mode of thinking, ere they can arrive at the truth and the perfection of human nature.. [Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 53, No. 328, February, 1843]
But the idea which I am most anxious to impress upon the minds of young women, is the symbolic use of Dress, is the fact that they have _minds_ to dress as well as bodies.. [Aims and Aids for Girls and Young Women On the Various Duties of Life, Physical, Intellectual, And Moral Development; Self-Culture, Improvement, Dress, Beauty, Fashion, Employment, Education, The Home Relations, Their Duties To Young Men, Marriage, Womanhood And Happiness.]
"We thought Roger's scheme was pretty hard for us youngsters to carry out and we felt a little uncertain about it, but we made up our minds that people are almost always successful when they _want_ like everything to do something and _make up their minds_ that they are going to put it through and _learn how_ to put it through.". [Ethel Morton's Enterprise]
The mental creations held by You and I, and other finite minds, are but _finite creations of finite minds_, while WE, ourselves, are the finite creations of an. [A Series of Lessons in Gnani Yoga]
In the words of Dr. Reid, "He maintains ... that there is no such thing as matter in the universe; that the sun and moon, earth and sea, our own bodies and those of our friends, are nothing but ideas in the minds of those who think of them, and that they have no existence when they are not objects of thought; that all that is in the universe may be reduced to two categories, to wit, _minds_ and _ideas in the mind_.". [English Literature, Considered as an Interpreter of English History Designed as a Manual of Instruction]
But what keeps on creeping my minds is the possibility that I might be also positive of HIV.. [Global Voices in English » Philippines: Living with HIV]
Constantin: A not-insignificant sector of the faction that opposes displaying the American flag does so for what in their minds is the exact same reason.. [The Volokh Conspiracy » Disagreement Need Not Equal Discourtesy]
A not-insignificant sector of the faction that opposes displaying the American flag does so for what in their minds is the exact same reason.. [The Volokh Conspiracy » Disagreement Need Not Equal Discourtesy]
Messing with their minds is another thing entirely.. [Hunger Moon: Chapter Twenty-Nine]
Foremost in all our minds is the threat posed by the regime in Tehran.. [McCain at AIPAC - Real Clear Politics – TIME.com]
The problem of other minds is the philosophical problem of determining how we know that there are minds associated with the bodies we see walking around … en. wikipedia.org/wiki/Problem_of_other_minds – 17k – Cached – Similar pages. [Another predictable argument against front-loading]
The problem of other minds is the problem of how to justify the almost ….. [Another predictable argument against front-loading]
Further proof that people in government have lost their minds is the unapologetic call for a plastics tax by a Santa Fe city councilor.. [mjh's blog — 2007 — September]
Still, the idea that we have little access to the workings of our minds is a dangerous one.. [A Thing I Should Know, But Don't]
Not far from their minds is the early-primary state of South Carolina, one of the most anti-abortion states in the country, where voters in 1994 elected a governor (Republican David Beasley) who wanted to outlaw all abortions -- even those endangering a woman's life.. [Balkinization]
Students normally think of written and oral advocacy as the communicative aspects of legal work, and an important first step in opening up their minds is asking them to think about why research is the third leg of that stool. ten Brink locates the root of our traditional legal research tools in the legal formalism of the nineteenth century.. [Archive 2005-08-01]