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mind out

verb
1.
(intransitive, adverb) (Brit) to be careful or pay attention
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  • A man may speak his mind out there, and think his own thoughts and go his own way.

    The Northern Iron George A. Birmingham
  • I was just making conversation, to get his mind out of its unhealthy channel.

    The Terror from the Depths Sewell Peaslee Wright
  • I must wipe her out of my mind—out of my heart—or burn her out.

    The Bertrams Anthony Trollope
  • It would be better to speak your mind out, sir, than to go on shaking your head.

    Tony Butler Charles James Lever
  • To pick out a tune and listen to it starts the mind out of its trance and promotes mental exercise.

    Carl and the Cotton Gin Sara Ware Bassett
  • How she strained her mind out to the very edge of things and tried to think!

    The Wrong Woman Charles D. Stewart
  • When he awakens in the middle of a long winter night he may send his mind out to the snowy fields—I've done it a thousand times!

    Great Possessions David Grayson
  • By no jugglery with words can we get mind out of Matter and Motion.

  • As Marion finished Dicksie turned and, with her hand on her forehead, looked in wretchedness of mind out on the valley.

    Whispering Smith Frank H. Spearman
  • Hunger or insomnia, if prolonged, will put the mind out of commission.

    What is Christian Science? M. M. Mangasarian

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