mind-expanding mind-expanding


  • (adj) (of hallucinogenic drugs) giving a sense of heightened or broader awareness


  1. Though the show has a few longueurs and excesses, Champagne typically finds mind-expanding ways to visualize the songs.
  2. The experience of love yes, it's mind-expanding and soul-expanding, but it cannot save us from loneliness or mortality.
  3. There aren't many literary sci-fi thrillers that deliver a mind-expanding metaphysical punch, and this one ended all too soon.


  • Federal Way schools launch food and learning bus

    FEDERAL WAY -- The bright green buses with buggy-eyed frogs on them are funny-looking vehicles on a serious mission.  Providing healthy food and mind-expanding books and games all summer long to students who might otherwise slide academically. Called FRED for Fun, Read, Eat, Dream, it's a pioneering program to take activities to the neighborhoods where students live. More than 56 percent of ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: KING5 Seattle


  1. Vedder adds, "Tomas has taught me a great deal, and our friendship has become one of depth and sincerity. It has been a mind-expanding experience. I see how he relies on the strength of the songs to help him through each day. It is a true living...
    on Feb 6, 2008 By: Eddie Vedder Source: Market Wire (press release)

  2. "As far as I can tell," said VanderMeer, "this is one of the only programs of its type in the country. It's an exciting catalyst for energizing young people to use their imaginations in a creative and mind-expanding ways. Director Jeremy...
    on Jun 2, 2008 By: Jeff VanderMeer Source: io9

  3. Ardent about the benefits of aviation, DeVos said it's "mind-expanding in so many dimensions."
    on May 18, 2007 By: Dick DeVos Source: The Northwest Florida Daily News

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