See also: mind set and mind-set

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mind +‎ set

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mindset (plural mindsets)

  1. A way of thinking; an attitude or opinion, especially a habitual one.
    Earth Day is a way of propagating and celebrating the environmentalist mindset.
    • 2009, “The English Mindset”, performed by Hulaboy:
      You've got to use your weekend / Go nuts if you can / 'Cause you're back out until Monday, back out until Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday / It's the English mindset
    • 2021 October 20, “Study captures positive benefits of commuting”, in RAIL, number 942, page 16:
      Some 46% of those polled agreed that the office environment puts them in a better mindset for work, with this figure rising to 55% of 18-34-year-olds.

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