Definition of 'mantra'
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When she still failed to revive I knew I was on the brink of panic but I decided to calm myself by reciting my current mantra. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2002)She grinned as she thought of her Aunt Adele's mantra at Miller family get-togethers: `Thank the Lord that Tara's so clever. JUST BETWEEN US (2002)Quietly, he recited the librarians ' mantra: `Every act of knowing brings forth a world. THE BROKEN GOD (2002)
As she fed and cared for the newborn Eric, she repeated the mantra over and over. WITHIN A WHISPER (2002)
Trends of 'mantra'
Used Occasionally. mantra is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'mantra'
British English: mantra NOUN
A mantra is a word or phrase repeated by Buddhists and Hindus when they meditate, or to help them feel calm.
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