Definition of like-minded in English:

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adjective

  • Having similar tastes or opinions: a radio ham with like-minded friends all over the world
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    • Please leave your comments on the forum and view the opinions of like-minded and disgusted people across this land.
    • The company of other like-minded people adds to their enjoyment and enhances the feeling of well being.
    • He loved to chat about agriculture matters and enjoyed the company of like-minded people.

Derivatives

like-mindedness

noun
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  • A four-day convention built around unity and like-mindedness does present certain artistic problems.
  • I've got a great, wry sense of humor and a few good friends of like-mindedness.
  • Discussions reflect one of the greatest benefits of membership in any organization: the sense of community and like-mindedness that is so hard to find for the many people in fields like editing who work alone.

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