strong´-mind´ed|ness


strong´-mind´ed|ness
strong-mind|ed «STRNG MYN dihd, STRONG-», adjective.
1. a) having a strong mind; mentally vigorous. b) determined to the point of being stubborn.
2. having or affecting masculine mentality or rights: »

a strong-minded woman.

strong´-mind´ed|ly, adverb.
strong´-mind´ed|ness, noun.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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