mindful mindful  /ˈmaɪnd fəl/


  • (adj) bearing in mind; attentive to


  1. He is mindful, of course, that he is not the ideal audience for this movie, being middle-aged and splenetic in nature.
  2. Our anxiety about all the ways harm may befall someone else keeps us mindful of the safety of family and community.
  3. I taught constitutional law for ten years, nobody is more mindful of the importance of the courts, although I'm also mindful of the limits of the courts.


  1. Beachcombers reminded to share the shore with nesting birds

    WASHINGTON, June 13 (UPI) -- Vacationers heading to U.S. beaches should be mindful that many beach-nesting birds will be tending their young or eggs, the American Bird Conservancy said.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: UPI

  2. Democrats seek to avoid repeat of 2010 loss in Massachusetts

    Mindful of Scott Brown's 2010 victory, Democrats are pulling out all the stops to ensure Senate hopeful Edward J. Markey defeats the GOP's Gabriel Gomez. WASHINGTON — Desperate to avoid another Massachusetts special-election debacle, Democrats are pulling out all the stops for Rep. Edward J. Markey in the contest to keep the Senate seat formerly held by Secretary of State John F. Kerry in ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Los Angeles Times

  3. ASK DOCTOR K: 'Mindful eating' helps people stop overeating

    DEAR DOCTOR K: I recently heard someone discuss “mindful eating” as a weight-loss strategy. Could that help me lose weight? DEAR READER: Does this sound familiar?
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Eureka Times-Standard

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