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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmindfulmind‧ful /ˈmaɪndfəl/ adjective   mindful of something
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mindfulThey will need to be especially mindful of her motivations and create situations that are charged enough to capture her attention.On silent feet, she returned to her duties, mindful of her place in the order of things.Stan, more mindful of his place in life, was already happy to sleep downstairs.Has anyone ever been less mindful of his surroundings?It is outwardly then a buoyant picture: a long-established family firm mindful of its responsibility to its home town.She had enough honour in her to be mindful of the considerable fee.Being mindful of the dreadful things that can happen to them and having to live with that.The couple has been mindful of the national media attention.
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