a frame of mind
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frame of mind
A person's outlook, mood, or attitude. I'm always in a much better frame of mind if I have a chance to unwind after work. You've got to improve your frame of mind if you want to get that job. No one's going to hire someone who isn't confident in their own abilities!
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a frame of ˈminda particular way of thinking, mood, etc: You should ask her for permission when she’s in a better frame of mind. ♢ I wonder what frame of mind he was in when he wrote the letter.
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