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Be strongly inclined to, as in She had a good mind to tell him everything. A slightly weaker form of this idiom is have a mind to, as in I have a mind to spend my next vacation in the desert. Formerly this idiom was sometimes put as have a great mind to. [c. 1400] Also see half a mind.Idioms: have a fling -- have a puff
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have a good mind to do something (informal)
if you say you have a good mind to do something, especially to punish someone, you mean that you would like to do it, and might do it, although you probably will not. I have a good mind to report you to the headmaster for playing truant.
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