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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlike-mindedˌlike-ˈminded adjective [usually before noun]  LIKE/SIMILARhaving similar interests and opinions a chance to meet like-minded peoplelike-mindedness noun [uncountable]
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like-mindedBritain's role in the Berlin air-lift earned her the accolade of a staunch and like-minded ally.He hopes the meeting will help him and like-minded clergy who've found themselves in a religious dilemma.Poverty, chastity and obedience were the rules of his order which he founded with eleven like-minded companions when he was twenty-nine.Cross, aggressive mares often rear like-minded foals.You set out your stall in an appropriate area full of like-minded folk.She convinced a group of like-minded friends to join her trekking in the Himalayas.It's proven that being surrounded by like-minded people is itself inspirational.Being with like-minded people makes my job much more enjoyable.like-minded peopleThis proved a vain hope, as the young student soon acquired a following of like-minded people.It is also an excellent way to meet like-minded people and try out new venues.More like-minded people can be found on other Web sites.Clare felt cheered to be back among like-minded people, doing something worth while.Teams build lasting networks throughout an organization, because everyone gets to know like-minded people in other departments.It's proven that being surrounded by like-minded people is itself inspirational.
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