single-mindedness[ sing-guhl-mahyn-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF single-mindedness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SINGLE-MINDEDNESS
Deborah was just a baby, and her principal characteristic was single-mindedness.
He turned the single-mindedness to good use at the gaming tables first.
What if Thyme had inherited her grandfather's single-mindedness?
By attaining to the state of single-mindedness we behold the Buddha.
The single-mindedness of medieval artists is always astonishing.
It was his energy and certitude and single-mindedness that gave it all its force.
His success with the enemy was due simply to the irresistible impression he created of honesty and industry and single-mindedness.
And then his single-mindedness began imperceptibly to yield.
Above all, the Jew is marked by single-mindedness and consistency of purpose.
Single-mindedness, however, need not induce atrophy of every humane impulse.