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Definition of "high-mindedly" []

  • In a high-minded manner. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "high-mindedly" in a sentence
  • "One minute I was high-mindedly snickering at a patient who was acting like a typical reality-TV exhibitionist bonehead, and the next I was agape as Dr. Drew pointed out exactly why that behavior could kill them."
  • "Putting it even more high-mindedly, ought one not to prefer an author like Eliot, who really did give her whole enormous mind to religious and social and colonial questions, over a vain actor-manager type who used pathetic victims as tear-jerking raw material, and who actually detested the real subjects of High Victorian power and hypocrisy when they were luckless enough to dwell overseas?"
  • "American in his or her right mind wouldn't want a part of this high-mindedly sensual romp?!"