Somebody that eloquent, somebody that able to write so well has to have a good mind.
"I have a good mind to go to London with you," said the baronet.
"I've a good mind to break that chap's skull," he said to himself as he turned away.
He had a good mind to ask her; but he shrank from "dashing her down the first day."
I had a good mind, once or twice, to have made them open the door.
I have a good mind to go to Claremont and give it him straight.
The maligned Mrs. Dott announced that she had a good mind to box his ears.
"For that I have a good mind not to tell you," she threatened.
I have a good mind to tell you what has been upon my mind this ever so long.
I 'clare ef I hadn't a good mind to give her the best switchin' ever she got next time I ketch holt of her.