mindful

[mahynd-fuhl]
adjective
attentive, aware, or careful (usually followed by of ): mindful of one's responsibilities.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English mindeful. See mind, -ful

mindfully, adverb
mindfulness, noun


heedful, thoughtful, regardful.
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mindful (ˈmaɪndfʊl)
 
adj (usually postpositive and foll by of)
keeping aware; heedful: mindful of your duties
 
'mindfully
 
adv
 
'mindfulness
 
n

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mindful
mid-14c., from mind + -ful. Related: Mindfulness.
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Example sentences
Slowing down to drink water also could also increase mindfulness.
Discusses ways in which mindfulness practices may be of benefit to trauma survivors.
Right mindfulness is used in order to constantly remain in the right view.
Right mindfulness is used in order to constantly remain in right view.
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