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In a manner relating to the mind.‘soldiers become physically and mentally exhausted’
in one's mind, in the mind, in one's brain, in the brain, in one's head, in the head, inwardly, intellectually, cerebrally, cognitively, psychologically, psychicallyView synonyms
- ‘They are still preparing for it mentally and physically tuning into the games.’
- ‘She had suggested he find a psychoanalyst to help him fight the cancer mentally.’
- ‘He would watch the videos and try to mentally replay the action and line of the bowlers.’
- ‘They were then given two and a half hours to rest in their hotel rooms and prepare mentally for the match.’
- ‘I have been driving the car quite a lot so I was physically prepared and mentally focused.’
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