Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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change one's mind to make a different decision from the one made before.
make up one's mind to decide.
mind one's p's and q's to be careful in one's behavior, esp. not to give offense.
mind reader one who professes or is said to have the ability to know what another is thinking without any conventional means of communication.
mind-boggling (informal) incapable of being comprehended; perplexing.
mind-expanding capable of altering mental perceptions; psychedelic.
never mind used to tell someone to forget about something or to not worry about something.
out of one's mind insane or distracted.
presence of mind ability to remain lucid in a crisis or emergency.
speak one's mind to express a personal opinion, esp. with directness.