from The Century Dictionary.
- Of a childlike disposition; artless; simple.
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She was no longer the childish-minded gypsy girl he had found with the caravan.
The hardest tasks of the statesmen of those days arose out of such extraordinary expectations, out of the ruinous supposition of the childish-minded that the honoring of a bond, the fulfilment of a promise in return for benefits received, is equally incumbent on everybody!
An 'now, ye mis'rable, childish-minded apes, we propose f'r to larn ye th' uses iv liberty.