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  • She was never able to walk, nor did she ever fully develop mentally.
  • Over the years, the hospital has generally provided care for the mentally ill.
  • Only in February did the hospital for the mentally ill open again.
  • I grew up with a mentally ill single mother raising me and no father figure in my life.
  • Being reportedly slow mentally, having no education and no business experience, he went broke.
  • During this period of working with the mentally ill he performed regularly.
  • There was just that little bit in him mentally that stopped him from being right at the very top.
  • He had few friends and most people believed he had become mentally deranged.
  • This friend has become racist and mentally ill during the time she was gone.
  • What was meant by saying that a person is mentally ill?
  • Moulin spent his last few years in a rest home for the mentally ill.
  • But mentally, when you do something like this, you've either got to be all in or all out.
  • Self-criticism, even if wholly private, still mentally takes the concerns of others into account.
  • But I don't know if I can take it mentally.
  • This, however, does not take into account the amount of time necessary to become mentally aroused.
  • By law, the district must provide mentally gifted programs at all grade levels.
  • Everything we presently know, feel or are mentally aware of has its roots in a first-time experience.
  • In his later years, he began acting strangely, and was eventually found to be mentally ill.
  • She said that spending two years away from the media has helped her emotionally and mentally.
  • He also made major strides in community programs for the mentally ill.
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Synonyms of mentally

Meaning of mentally

  • adverb In your mind
    he suffered mentally