209 Words to use with minded

"You are a mind reader, Mr. Donnegan.

Mind reading is common with women.

Through homeopathy, too, Mrs. Eddy became convinced of the principle of mind healing, discovering that the more attenuated the drug, the more potent was its effects.

I got witnesses, mind ye!"

After that it was refreshing to find unromantic Mr. Phinuit lounging beside the captain's desk with crossed feet overhanging one corner of it and mind intent on the prosaic business of paring his fingernails.

With the utmost fidelity it reproduces and works out to its final consequences whatever the objective mind impresses upon it; and the facts of hypnotism show that ideas can be impressed on the subjective mind by the objective mind of another as well as by that of its own individuality.

Therefore I instantly arrived at the conclusion that the clean-shaven fellow who looked so much like a London barrister had some distinct and ulterior purpose in arousing within my mind suspicion of his host's sanity.

There are eager longings, lofty demands, magnificent plans, and promising outlooks in abundance, but a lack of power to endure, a lack of calmness and maturity; while the shackles against which the leading minds revolt still bind too firmly both the leaders and those to whom they speak.

Vincent, who had been for weeks wildly impatient to return to the field, was divided in mind nowby joy and despair.

I can't make up my mind wot to do.

"Not slavery, mind yer, but work.

It has always seemed to aim at extending and ordering the mind content of children.

"I come up to London for a 'olidaya change, mind youand I thought Peter and me was going to 'ave a good time.

But one mystery at least was now plainthe mystery of my own mind picture.

It must be that the marvel of his mind doth hold some central truth which maketh all science cognate.

"I had that wish, noble Signore, butAnnina" "Seeing another, thy mind hath changed.

My mood of mind perceive.

With those who are in love truly conjugial, conjunction of minds increases, and therewith friendship; but with those who are not they both decrease.

From his hands the unhappy Sheridan received the Holy Communion; his face, during that solemn rite,doubly solemn when it is performed in the chamber of death, 'expressed,' Smythe relates, 'the deepest awe' That phrase conveys to the mind impressions not easy to be defined, not soon to be forgotten.

Unless we have a care, manual training, when we have succeeded in getting it into the school, may become as mechanical and unprofitable as much of our mind training has been, and its moral value thus largely missed.

To have a specific doctrine clearly in mind does not fetter the young soul, any more than to be taught the apparent facts of geography and history, which may change either in reality or in his own interpretation as his mind matures.

At the thought of this the mind trembles and hesitates, and the heart contracts with a pang.

Miracle of the mind menders.

Because h'has made his study all his pleasure, and is retir'd into his Contemplation, not medling with the dirt and chaff of Nature, that makes the spirit of the mind mud too; therefore must he be flung from his inheritance?

But, while these things awakened in other minds feelings of interest in Cleopatra and attachment to her, they only increased the jealousy and envy of Pothinus.

209 Words to use with  minded