Synonyms and Antonyms of mind

  1. 1 the part of a person that feels, thinks, perceives, wills, and especially reasons scientists still disagree about exactly where the mind is located Synonyms of mind brain, cerebrum, head, psyche, thinker Words Related to mind belfry, gray matter, intellect, intelligence, loaf [British slang], noodle, reason, skull; acumen, alertness, astuteness, brilliance, insight, judgment (or judgement), mentality, perception, perspicacity, sagacity, sapience, wisdom, wit; awareness, cognizance, consciousness, self-awareness, self-consciousness

  2. 2 the normal or healthy condition of the mental abilities everyone used to tease him and tell him he was out of his mind when he swore he'd seen a flying saucer Synonyms of mind daylights, head, marbles, reason, saneness, sanity, wit(s) Words Related to mind rationality, reasonableness, sense; health, healthfulness, healthiness, wholesomeness; clearheadedness, lucidity, lucidness, normalcy, normality, soundness; wisdom Near Antonyms of mind delusion, hallucination; delirium, frenzy, hysteria Antonyms of mind dementia, derangement, insanity, lunacy, madness, mania, unreason

  3. 3 an idea that is believed to be true or valid without positive knowledge please speak your mind freely on this matter Synonyms of mind belief, conviction, eye, feeling, judgment (or judgement), opinion, notion, persuasion, sentiment, verdict, viewWords Related to mind say; impression, perception, take; attitude; assumption, presumption, presupposition; conclusion, decision, determination; deliverance, esteem, estimate, estimation; credence, credit, faith; concept, conception, idea, thought; position, stance, stand; comment, obiter dictum, observation, reflection, remark; conjecture, guess, hunch, hypothesis, surmise, theory; advice, input, recommendation, suggestion; angle, outlook, perspective, shoes, slant, standpoint, viewpoint; counterviewNear Antonyms of mind fact, truth

  4. 4 the power or process of recalling what has been previously learned or experienced call to mind the events of last year Synonyms of mind memory, recollection, remembrance, reminiscenceWords Related to mind hypermnesia, total recall; contemplation, meditation, musing, reflection, retrospection, thinking; awareness, cognizance, consciousness; apprehension, comprehension, grasp, grip, perception, understandingNear Antonyms of mind amnesia, repression; forgetfulness



Synonyms and Antonyms of mind

  1. 1 to pay attention especially through the act of hearing you'll be in big trouble if you don't straighten up and mind Synonyms of mind attend, hark, harken, hear, hearken, heed, listenNear Antonyms of mind discount, disregardAntonyms of mind ignore, tune out

  2. 2 chiefly dialect  to bring back to mind I seem to mind such a tale from way back Synonyms of mind flash back (to), hark back (to), harken back (to), hearken back (to), remember [chiefly dialect], recall, recollect, reminisce (about), reproduce, think (of)Words Related to mind recapture, recur; educe, elicit, evoke, extract, raise, remind; relive; representNear Antonyms of mind misremember; disregard, ignore, neglect, overlook; lose, miss; blank (out)Antonyms of mind disremember, forget, unlearn

  3. 3 to act according to the commands of tell the children to mind the babysitter Synonyms of mind adhere (to), comply (with), conform (to), follow, goose-step (to), obey, observeWords Related to mind defer (to), submit (to), surrender (to), yield (to); accede (to), acquiesce (to), agree (to), assent (to); attend, hear, heed, listen (to), mark, note, notice, regard, take, watchNear Antonyms of mind disoblige; challenge, dare; refuse, renounce, repudiate; direct, lead; brush off, disregard, ignore, overlook, overpass, pass over, tune out, wink (at); dismiss, pooh-pooh (also pooh), shrug off; breach, break, infringe, transgress, violate; deride, flout, mock, scoff (at), scorn; mutiny (against), revolt (against); buck, combat, contest, dispute, fight, oppose, resist, withstandAntonyms of mind defy, disobey, rebel (against)

  4. 4 to be cautious of or on guard against mind the slippery steps Synonyms of mind guard (against), look out (for), beware, ware, watch out (for)Words Related to mind attend, heed, mark, note, notice; behold, discern, observe, perceive, see, watchNear Antonyms of mind discount, disregard, ignore, miss, overlook

  5. 5 to have an interest or concern for don't mind him; he's always complaining Synonyms of mind look out (for), care, watchWords Related to mind attend, heed, regard; note, notice, observe; empathize (with), feel (for), sympathize (with)Near Antonyms of mind disregard, ignore, overlook

  6. 6 to take charge of especially on behalf of another the salesperson will mind the store while the manager goes out to lunch Synonyms of mind attend, care (for), tend, oversee, superintend, supervise, watchWords Related to mind administrate, conduct, control, direct, govern, guide, manage, operate, preside (over), regulate, run, steward; guard, patrol, protect, safeguard, shield; baby, babysit, chaperone (or chaperon), mother, shepherdNear Antonyms of mind abandon, disregard, forget, ignore, neglect, pass over

  7. 7 to take notice of and be guided by mind the instructions that appear at the top of the first page of the exam Synonyms of mind follow, listen (to), heed, note, observe, regard, watchWords Related to mind consider, contemplate, mull, ponder, weigh; comply (with), conform (to), keep, obey, respect; attend (to), hark (to), hear, hearken (to); mark, notice, seeNear Antonyms of mind brush (aside or off), discount, dismiss, gloss (over), gloze (over), neglect, pass over, pooh-pooh (also pooh), scorn, shrug off; defy, flout; slight, snubAntonyms of mind disregard, ignore, tune out

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