minded

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Etymology[edit]

From mind +‎ -ed. Compare Old English -mōd (minded), Old English ġehyġd (minded; disposed).

Adjective[edit]

minded (comparative more minded, superlative most minded)

  1. (in combination, usually hyphenated) Having or exemplifying a mind of the stated type, nature or inclination.
    a fair-minded person
    a fair-minded decision
    literary-minded, literature-minded, two-minded
  2. Having a preference for doing something; having a likelihood, or disposition to carry out an act.
    I am minded to refuse the request.
    Order another drink if you are so minded
    He seems minded to go ahead with the plan.

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Verb[edit]

minded

  1. simple past tense and past participle of mind

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