Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Of the same turn of mind.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having a like disposition or purpose; animated by the same spirit or temper; having the same or similar thoughts and tendencies.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Having a like disposition or purpose; of the same mind.

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  • adjective Of similar opinion, given to holding similar opinions.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective of the same turn of mind

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Examples

  • The Palestinian representative in Ottawa, Linda Sobeh Ali, said Monday she has been disappointed by reports that Canada is lobbying 30 countries in what has been called a "like-minded" group, although she said details of Ottawa's diplomatic efforts have remained unclear.

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  • The Palestinian representative in Ottawa, Linda Sobeh Ali, said Monday she has been disappointed by reports that Canada is lobbying 30 countries in what has been called a "like-minded" group, although she said details of Ottawa's diplomatic efforts have remained unclear.

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  • The Palestinian representative in Ottawa, Linda Sobeh Ali, said Monday she has been disappointed by reports that Canada is lobbying 30 countries in what has been called a "like-minded" group, although she said details of Ottawa's diplomatic efforts have remained unclear.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The Palestinian representative in Ottawa, Linda Sobeh Ali, said Monday she has been disappointed by reports that Canada is lobbying 30 countries in what has been called a "like-minded" group, although she said details of Ottawa's diplomatic efforts have remained unclear.

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  • The closed-door meeting brought together officials of what the ministry described as "like-minded countries."

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  • The closed-door meeting brought together officials of what the ministry described as "like-minded countries."

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  • Political messages can echo in any network of like-minded people, whether based on occupation, group membership, or some other characteristic.

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  • This churn means that people gradually, but continually, sort themselves into like-minded clusters—their commonality defined not only by religion, but also by the social and political beliefs that go along with their religion.

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  • This is especially true in light of how sorting enables politically like-minded churchgoers to find one another, even if they are not consciously looking for political congruence when selecting a place to worship.

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  • While Americans were not necessarily consciously sorting themselves into, and out of, churches on the basis of issues with political salience like abortion, their sorting nonetheless brought politically like-minded people together.

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