1. acting with or showing thought and good sense
    a sensible young man
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How To Use serious-minded In A Sentence

  • But the state's egg producers, who confine about 6 million birds, could not get to a place where they supported a serious-minded animal welfare reform in egg production. Wayne Pacelle: Cage-Free Campaign Takes Wing in Washington State
  • It was a neat experiment, and many serious-minded moviegoers and critics appreciated the effort.
  • Something more tangible than "appreciation" has to be the fruit of literary study or it does indeed become such a "soft" discipline that few serious-minded students will want to pursue it and even fewer scholars from other disciplines will consider it a respectable practice. Principles of Literary Criticism
  • But the real-life Pauline Gascoyne is a serious-minded import business management consultant.
  • The winners this year were mostly serious-minded elders from traditional communities.
  • She is a serious-minded young woman who has not had her head turned by the trappings of fame.
  • As it is so inaccessible, Bardsey plays host to the serious-minded: religious pilgrims and committed birdwatchers, and the occasional passing artist.
  • No politician will win the votes of serious-minded people if all he does is flinging mud at his opponent.
  • Find a training partner who is as serious-minded as you are or train alone.
  • His style and structure varies as well: often seen as a dark and pessimistic writer, his tone can also by turns be light-hearted as well as serious-minded.
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