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What is the opposite of mind?

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Noun
Opposite of the brain and (by extension) its ability for rational thought
Noun
Opposite of a particular way of thinking, influenced by a person's profession or environment
Noun
Opposite of a person's attention
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Opposite of a person's temperament or state of mind, especially in terms of their being angry or calm
Noun
Opposite of a highly intelligent person
Noun
Opposite of the capacity of the mind to acquire and apply knowledge and skills
“Perhaps much of his stupidity was owing to the want of talent in his master, or rather his want of method in the art of teaching.”
Noun
Opposite of a humanitarian treatment or consideration for others
“His actions speak volumes about his blatant disregard for his fellow men.”
Noun
Opposite of a view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge
“To my knowledge, there is only one place in his published writings where Berkeley responds directly to this challenge.”
Noun
(mass noun) Opposite of the power of the mind to think, understand, and form judgments logically
“The belief in a higher being is largely rooted in deep emotion.”
Noun
Opposite of an aptitude for a skill or ability
“Many students seemed bothered by the unfamiliarity of the names and their inability to pronounce them.”
Noun
Opposite of one's sanity
“Filled with rage, the depths of his insanity would consume him.”
Noun
Opposite of courage or enthusiasm, especially in the face of adversity
“That was a display of cowardice more than anything else, a bullying tactic carried out by some low-life with a weapon who would never know what it meant to be truly in charge.”
Noun
Opposite of the subconscious part of the mind
“Allow the pose to open the body and use your awareness to stay within the limitations imposed by your physical conditioning.”
Noun
Opposite of an intention for which something is hoped to be accomplished
“Their indifference may be due to the fact that they see the sheer pointlessness of this program.”
Noun
Opposite of the power to act without the constraint of necessity or fate
Noun
Opposite of the nature or essence of a person
“His body can no longer endure the rigors of this brutal sport.”
Noun
Opposite of a deliberate or fixed desire or intention
“The negative babysitting experience left him with a sense of desirelessness for parenthood.”
Noun
Opposite of mental acceptance of a claim as true
“Until recently, hippotherapy has been met with skepticism from a medical community demanding hard science rather than anecdotal evidence.”
Noun
Opposite of a specialist in a particular branch of study, especially the humanities
Noun
Opposite of a memory or recollection of something
Noun
Opposite of one's innermost thoughts, feelings or desires
“Despite her apparent utter hopelessness and isolation, she puts on a front for her former lover.”
Verb
Opposite of to object to
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Opposite of to take care of temporarily
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Opposite of to be cautious and alert to risks or dangers
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Opposite of to pay attention to
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Opposite of to urge to remember or take care to do something
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(chiefly dialect) Opposite of to remember or bring back to mind
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(clausal, followed by for or about) Opposite of to place an emphasis of concern, interest or importance on someone or something
“The best thing to do is to disregard all the negative noise and focus on getting the fundamentals right.”
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Opposite of to care for or look after
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Opposite of conform, give in
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Opposite of to be cautious and alert to risks or dangers
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Opposite of to feel resentful, especially that (someone) has achieved (something)
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Opposite of to take notice of
“He believes he's helping humanity, and may well be oblivious to the shadowy forces seeking to exploit his technology for their own reasons.”
Verb
Opposite of to protect or shield from harm or danger
“Poachers were planning to assault wildlife within the reserve.”
Verb
Opposite of to pay attention to a sound or speech
“You are going to miss the little nuances in the melody if you don't pay close attention.”
Verb
Opposite of be interested
Adjective
Opposite of not willing
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