- adj. of sound mind, memory, and understanding; in law, competent to go to trial
“For the validity of a will nothing is required but that the testor be of sound mind at the time, and free from undue influence, and that the document be signed by two witnesses.”
“I, Mary Elizabeth Carson, being of sound mind and sound body, do hereby declare that this is my last will and testament, thereby rendering null and void any such testaments previously made by me.”
“Movie Deenie is of sound mind when she falls in love with the handsome and charming Bud.”
“The will began: “I, Dorothy Elizabeth Ruskin, being of sound mind and body,” then went on to state simply that the entirety of her estate was to go to support the archaeological effort in Palestine, with specific names and locations given.”
“I, Dora Bastable, and Alice Bastable, my sister, being of sound mind and body, when we were shut up with bread and water on that jungle day, we thought a great deal about our naughty sins, and we made our minds up to be good forever after.”
“[Page 58] sibly know my personal opinions, and to mildly inquire upon what he founded his assertions, he triumphantly replied that I had once admitted to him that I had read Sombart and Loria, and that anyone of sound mind must see the inevitable conclusions of such master reasonings.”
“The barrier between a man of sound mind and a psychopath or a neuropath is more and more fragile and, if one followed certain foreign specialists … But I’m not going to embark on a scientific or pseudo-scientific lecture … ’”
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