in (one's) right mind

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in (one's) right mind

Thinking soundly; rational. Usually used to set up a context in which any sane person would or could do, say, or think a certain thing. No one in their right mind agrees to those kind of terms—unless they sign a contract without reading it. You must not be in your right mind if you think that breaking up their wedding is a good idea.
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in one's right mind

Fig. sane; rational and sensible. (Often in the negative.) That was a stupid thing to do. You're not in your right mind. You can't be in your right mind! That sounds crazy!
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(not) in your right ˈmind

(not) mentally normal: Nobody in their right mind would buy a used car without driving it first.
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