Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mind.(verb)
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Use "minds" in a sentence
"Materialism (a pamphlet of most ambitious verbiage,) in which, with reference to all former education, we are "the slaves of prejudice;" yet the author modestly requires that minds -- we beg his pardon, we have _no minds_ -- intellects must be _trained_ to his mode of thinking, ere they can arrive at the truth and the perfection of human nature."
"But the idea which I am most anxious to impress upon the minds of young women, is the symbolic use of Dress, is the fact that they have _minds_ to dress as well as bodies."
""We thought Roger's scheme was pretty hard for us youngsters to carry out and we felt a little uncertain about it, but we made up our minds that people are almost always successful when they _want_ like everything to do something and _make up their minds_ that they are going to put it through and _learn how_ to put it through.""