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mental

1
1. affected by mental illness
2. concerned with care for persons with mental illness
3. Slang insane

mental

2
Anatomy of or relating to the chin

mental

[′men·təl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the chin. Also known as genial.
(psychology)
Pertaining to the mind, psyche, or inner self.
Pertaining to the intellectual or cognitive functions.
Imaginary or unreal, as when a pain is said to be purely mental.
References in classic literature ?
She found time, however, to bestow a little of it on Newman, in an occasional vague smile, the very vagueness of which pleased him, allowing him as it did to fill it out mentally, both at the time and afterwards, with such meanings as most pleased him.
What is the usual get-up of a mentally invisible man?
The day of the races had been a very busy day for Alexey Alexandrovitch; but when mentally sketching out the day in the morning, he made up his mind to go to their country house to see his wife immediately after dinner, and from there to the races, which all the Court were to witness, and at which he was bound to be present.
Mentally, the reading rendered me dumb for the remainder of the day, not exactly with astonishment but with a sort of dismal wonder.
On the contrary, he repeated it mentally with profane emphasis and a fuller precision: "Damn it
He's up to something," he exclaimed mentally, and at once became angry.
SARGODHA -- Governor Punjab Mohammad Rafiq Rajwana on Monday visited the newly constructed Fountain House Sargodha, an institution established for the rehabilitation of mentally ill persons.
A MAN has gone on trial accused of raping a mentally impaired woman in his city centre flat.
Mentally strong people don't do things like waste time feeling sorry for themselves or give away their power to other people.
Synopsis: "Dealing With the Mentally Ill Person on the Street: An Assessment and Intervention Guide for Public Safety Professionals" by Daniel M.
Project Description : The system of mental health care in the Czech Republic (social and health services) is focused almost exclusively on working with individual client / patient and at least works with the families of the mentally ill.
WASHINGTON -- A Floridian with an IQ as high as 75 may be diagnosed as mentally disabled and be eligible for help getting a job.