change one's mind

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change one's mind (third-person singular simple present changes one's mind, present participle changing one's mind, simple past and past participle changed one's mind)

  1. (idiomatic) To decide differently than one had decided before.
    She started up the stairs, changed her mind, and turned to go back down.
    • 2006 Baggs, Amanda, Changes in Self-Awareness Over Time, Disclaimer on Assumptions, [http://] ballastexistenz.autistics.org/?page_id=294 May 2006:
      So don’t necessarily assume that something has changed if I appear to have changed my mind, sometimes my mind is all that’s changed.

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