eye–minded

adjective

Definition of eye–minded

  1. :  marked by a predominance of visual imagery in one's thought processes or mental productions :  given to extensive or excessive visualization in one's mental operations — compare ear-minded, motor-minded

eye–mindedness

noun, plural

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