Examples of minded in a Sentence
in most David vs. Goliath contests, people are generally minded to side with the underdog
Recent Examples of minded from the Web
Since 2006, Forecastle has promoted environmental sustainability by reducing its waste, subsidizing clean energy and partnering with like-minded organizations that are conducting projects internationally.
For the committed leftist, the ‘liberal’ is a weak-minded, market-friendly centrist, wonky and technocratic and condescending to the working class.
Some astronomers, suspecting trickery from the computation-minded Schawinski, asked outright: Were these real galaxies?
As a result, employers are much more open-minded to candidates who may have only general skills, and less attractive backgrounds.
Today Patagonia has 30 stores in the U.S.; makes gear for skiing, surfing, and climbing, plus sportswear; sells its own craft beer; and has essentially become synonymous with outdoor-minded pursuits.
But the aggressive tactics employed by the group, called Dump Comstock, and its single-minded focus on embarrassing the two-term congresswoman more than a year before the 2018 election are highly unusual in this district.
Its butchness and conservatism were safely performative; the Hollywood cast was just playing at being hardscrabble, hard-drinkin’, narrow-minded Colorado ranchers.
In their final confrontation, Chuck told his younger brother that high-minded intentions and pangs of conscience don’t matter—
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First Known Use of minded
MINDED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of minded for English Language Learners
: having a particular kind of mind
: interested in or concerned about a particular subject
: having a desire or intention to do something
MINDED Defined for Kids
Definition of minded for Students
1 : having a particular kind of mind open-minded
2 : greatly interested or concerned about something safety-minded
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