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mindful careful; attentive (usu. fol. by "of").
mindless lacking intelligence, reason, or sense. [2 definitions]
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's eye the imagination or memory.
mine1 the possessive form of I; that which belongs to me.
mine2 a deep hole or system of holes made in the earth, from which mineral substances such as gold, coal, or precious stones are extracted. [9 definitions]
mine detector a device used for finding hidden explosive mines.
minefield an expanse of land or water in which mines that explode on contact have been laid.
minelayer a naval vessel designed to lay explosive underwater mines.
miner a person employed to extract coal or other minerals from a mine.
mineral any of various inorganic natural substances, usu. having crystalline structures and a characteristic hardness. [3 definitions]
mineralize to change into a mineral; petrify. [4 definitions]
mineralogist one who specializes in mineralogy.
mineralogy the scientific study of minerals and their properties.
mineral oil an oil derived from petroleum, used in cosmetics and as a laxative. [2 definitions]
mineral water water filled with mineral salts or gases.
mineral wool a wool-like material made of molten rock, slag, or glass, and used as insulation.
Minerva in Roman mythology, the goddess of wisdom, art, and invention; Athena.
minestrone a thick soup made with vegetables, beans, pasta, and often meat.
minesweeper a naval vessel used for destroying, removing, or deactivating underwater enemy mines.