[mahynd-fuh l] /ˈmaɪnd fəl/
attentive, aware, or careful (usually followed by of):
mindful of one’s responsibilities.
noting or relating to the psychological technique of mindfulness:
mindful observation of one’s experiences.
usually postpositive and foll by of. keeping aware; heedful: mindful of your duties
mid-14c., from mind (n.) + -ful. Related: Mindfully; mindfulness. Old English myndful meant “of good memory.” Old English also had myndig (adj.) “mindful, recollecting; thoughtful,” which if it had lived might have yielded a modern *mindy.
[mahynd-fuh l-nis] /ˈmaɪnd fəl nɪs/ noun 1. the state or quality of being mindful or aware of something. 2. Psychology. /ˈmaɪndfʊlnɪs/ noun 1. the the state or quality of being mindful
plural noun, Often, mind game 1. psychological manipulation or strategy, used especially to gain advantage or to intimidate. plural noun 1. actions or statements intended to undermine or mislead someone else, often to gain advantage for oneself: she started playing mind games with me
[mahynd] /maɪnd/ noun 1. (in a human or other conscious being) the element, part, substance, or process that reasons, thinks, feels, wills, perceives, judges, etc.: the processes of the human mind. 2. Psychology. the totality of conscious and unconscious mental processes and activities. 3. intellect or understanding, as distinguished from the faculties of feeling and […]
[mahynd-lis] /ˈmaɪnd lɪs/ adjective 1. without intelligence; senseless: a mindless creature. 2. unmindful or heedless: mindless of all dangers. /ˈmaɪndlɪs/ adjective 1. stupid or careless 2. requiring little or no intellectual effort: a mindless task adj. c.1400, “unmindful, heedless, negligent,” from mind (n.) + -less. Related: Mindlessly; mindlessness. Old English had myndleas “foolish, senseless.”