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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmindedmind‧ed /ˈmaɪndɪd/ adjective  1 serious-minded/evil-minded etc2 be minded to do something
Examples from the Corpus
mindedShe says that some people are narrow minded.Piggy always kept clear minded and never got confused like Ralph did.From his innovations have come many developments opening the way for similar independently minded choreographers.Edward Heath was the most managerially minded prime minister since Attlee.A better idea is to forget such racially minded solutions altogether.