change one's mind


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change one's mind

Alter one's views or intentions, as in I can always change my mind about going on this trip. [Early 1600s]
See also: change, mind
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But, it is always possible to change one's mind, and, I will consult my colleagues on all these issues," he added.
It's always possible to change one's mind," said the PM over Gandhi's calling "nonsense" the ordinance that protected convicted lawmakers.
By second generation, there would be a tendency to move to a canned bean, allowing for a quicker dinner start-up and the ability to change one's mind.
It is at these times when the human prerogative to change one's mind and heart is most challenged.
An ability to change one's mind in light of fresh evidence is a sure sign that the person has a mind to begin with, and a willingness to do so publicly is evidence of a conscience.
that it is never justifiable to change one's mind about the aesthetic value of a certain aesthetic property solely on the basis of the testimony of others, no matter how many they are or how well qualified.