put in mind
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Related to put in mind: come to mind, have in mind, mind you, change mind, the mind boggles, calls to mind
put (one) in mind of (someone or something)
To remind one of someone or something. Cold weather like this always puts me in mind of childhood trips to our cabin in the mountains. That actor puts me in mind of John. Don't you think?
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put (one) in mind
To remind: You put me in mind of your grandmother.
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