frame of mind

  • 1 frame of mind — Frame Frame, n. 1. Anything composed of parts fitted and united together; a fabric; a structure; esp., the constructional system, whether of timber or metal, that gives to a building, vessel, etc., its model and strength; the skeleton of a… …

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  • 2 Frame of Mind — may refer to:* Frame of Mind (album), the second album of the German singer, Sandy Mölling * Frame of Mind ( TNG episode), an episode of the sixth season of the science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation * Frame of Mind… …

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  • 3 Frame of mind — Frame of mind, n. mood; mental attitude; mental disposition; same as {frame[6]}. [PJC] …

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  • 4 frame of mind — noun count the mood that someone is in, which influences their attitudes or feelings: I m not in the right frame of mind for jokes just now …

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  • 5 frame of mind — ► frame of mind a particular mood. Main Entry: ↑frame …

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  • 6 frame of mind — [n] state of mind attitude, constitution, disposition, emotions, inner nature, makeup, mentality, mood, nature, spirit, state, temperament; concepts 410,689 …

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  • 7 frame of mind — index character (personal quality), disposition (inclination), outlook, position (point of view), spirit Burton s Legal Thesa …

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  • 8 frame of mind — noun a temporary psychological state • Syn: ↑state of mind • Hypernyms: ↑temporary state, ↑psychological state, ↑psychological condition, ↑mental state, ↑mental condition …

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  • 9 frame of mind — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms frame of mind : singular frame of mind plural frames of mind the mood that someone is in, which influences their attitudes or feelings I m not in the right frame of mind for jokes just now …

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  • 10 frame of mind — frames of mind N COUNT: usu sing, with supp Your frame of mind is the mood that you are in, which causes you to have a particular attitude to something. Lewis was not in the right frame of mind to continue …

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  • 11 frame of mind — mood, mental attitude, state of mind    I m not in the right frame of mind to listen to your poem …

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  • 12 frame of mind — what was your frame of mind at the time just preceding the accident? Syn: mood, state of mind, humor, temper, disposition …

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  • 13 frame of mind — {n. phr.} One s mental outlook; the state of one s psychological condition, * /There is no use trying to talk to him while he is in such a negative frame of mind./ …

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  • 14 frame of mind — {n. phr.} One s mental outlook; the state of one s psychological condition, * /There is no use trying to talk to him while he is in such a negative frame of mind./ …

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  • 15 frame\ of\ mind — n. phr. One s mental outlook; the state of one s psychological condition, There is no use trying to talk to him while he is in such a negative frame of mind …

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  • 16 frame of mind — one s mental state (good or bad) He made sure his boss was in a good frame of mind before he asked him for the time off …

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  • 17 frame of mind — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. temper, attitude, outlook, humor; see mood 1 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. state of mind, disposition. see mood III (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A temporary state of mind or feeling: humor, mood, spirit (used in plural) …

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  • 18 frame of mind — a particular mood. → frame …

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  • 19 frame of mind — noun state of mind …

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  • 20 frame of mind — mood, fancy, state of mind …

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