Jun 6 Word of the Day
True of COVID-19 sufferers and of George Floyd. The key phrase at this moment in American history.
"I can't breathe, said Floyd as he was being suffocated. "I can't breathe" thought more than 100,000 victims as they were dying of Covid. "I can't breathe" chanted countless Americans in the streets, protesting enduring police brutality.
by Monkey's Dad June 01, 2020
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Mind is a word frequently used in Scotland meaning:

memory, remembrance, recollection.

In numerous phrases with verbs, constituting the equivalents of verbs of remembering, recalling or reminding.
"Mate, mind that time ah decked Billy?"

"Naw, ah dinnae mind that time ye decked Billy."

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by GallusFud September 19, 2012
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A part of existence that philosophers and scientists just can't seem to "wrap their minds around", albeit it has been at the center of philosophical and scientific discourse for centuries.
Philosopher 1: "What is the mind?"

Philosopher 2: "I have no idea."
by FNW September 25, 2011
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Throughout modern times the word 'mind' has been added to the end of all sentences spoke in the Gloucester (UK) area. It can indicate a question, acceptance, frustration, to big up a conquest or anything you so choose!
"What's it for mind?"
"Enjoyed that mind."
"That's it, he's dead mind."
"She got rode mind"
"Big night tonight, gonna put on my new Ben Shearman mind"
"Going up town tonight mind"
"Don't smoke it all mind"
"alright my babber mind"
by Wold March 05, 2009
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