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Mind, vb. 1) to have in the mind, to think of, to mean: “--ing true things by what their mockeries be,” H5 IV Chor. H5 IV Chor.*
2) to attend to, to take notice of, to care for: “perchance he will not m. me,” Tp. II, 2, 17. “you do not m. the play,” Shr. I, 1, 254. “to stop the inundation of her tears, which, too much --ed by herself alone, may be put from her by society,” Rom. IV, 1, 13. “not --ing whether I dislike or no,” Per. II, 5, 20.
3) to remind, to make to think: “that have --ed you of what you should forget,” Wint. III, 2, 226. “I do thee wrong to m. thee of it,” H5 IV, 3, 13. “m. thy followers of repentance,” H5 IV, 3, 13 “I --ed him how royal 'twas to pardon,” Cor. V, 1, 18.
4) to intend, to mean: “we do not come as --ing to content you,” Mids. V, 113. “I mind to tell him plainly what I think,” H6C IV, 1, 8. “I shortly m. to leave you,” H6C IV, 1, 8 “she --s to play the Amazon,” H6C IV, 1, 8 “if you m. to hold your true obedience,” H6C IV, 1, 8 “the gods not --ing longer to withhold the vengeance,” Per. II, 4, 3.
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