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absent-minded not paying attention to the immediate task or event because one's mind is preoccupied with other matters.
absorption total engagement of one's mind and attention. [1/2 definitions]
abstract formulated in the mind or in thought and not necessarily connected with what is real, proven, or tangible. [1/13 definitions]
addlebrained having or seeming to have a mixed-up or confused mind; muddled. [2 definitions]
agile quick in mind; alert. [1/2 definitions]
apperception perception that the mind is aware and conscious of. [1/2 definitions]
attractive able to gain the attention or admiration of another because of appealing qualities of mind or body. [1/2 definitions]
beauty a quality that is appealing to the mind or spirit. [1/4 definitions]
be oneself to be in one's usual state of health or mind. [1/2 definitions]
brain the center of intelligence; mind. [1/4 definitions]
brilliance extreme clarity, sharpness, and quickness of mind. [1/2 definitions]
brilliant having a mind of extreme clarity, sharpness, and quickness. [1/5 definitions]
caprice a sudden, impulsive change of mind or direction, or an unpredictable action. [1/3 definitions]
cerebrate to use the mind; think or reason about.
cherish to hold in one's mind fondly or inveterately; harbor. [1/3 definitions]
chimera a fantastic, often horrible, idea or image produced by the mind. [1/3 definitions]
chimerical existing only in the mind; fanciful.
clearheaded possessing an alert, perceptive, wide-awake mind.
close to make (one's mind) unreceptive. [1/24 definitions]
cognitive of, pertaining to, or involving the use of the mind for acquiring knowledge and processing thought.
collective unconscious in Jungian psychology, the memories and other psychic contents that are accumulated by the experience of all preceding generations and that dwell within the unconscious mind of each individual.