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like-minded

[lahyk-mahyn-did] /ˈlaɪkˈmaɪn dɪd/
adjective
1.
having a similar or identical opinion, disposition, etc.:
a like-minded friend.
Origin of like-minded
1520-1530
1520-30; like1 + -minded
Related forms
like-mindedly, adverb
like-mindedness, noun
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  • He looked in vain for a friend, for a companion, like-minded, dressed as he was.

    Married August Strindberg
  • Bethink you "the friends so linked together" are like-minded?

    One Of Them Charles James Lever
  • He had no one like-minded to consult with, and he felt that it was wrong to eat the bread of idleness.

    Martin Rattler R.M. Ballantyne
  • And my feeble, sickly Aunt Jacoba, meseemed, was like-minded with me.

  • The simple theory of human progression, the only and exclusive means of purifying man, is to make him like-minded with God again.

    A Lamp to the Path W. K. Tweedie
British Dictionary definitions for like-minded

like-minded

adjective
1.
agreeing in opinions, goals, etc
Derived Forms
like-mindedly, adverb
like-mindedness, noun
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