Adjective "Narrow-Minded" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/narəʊˈmʌɪndɪd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Not willing to listen to or tolerate other people's views; prejudiced.
  1. 'narrow-minded provincialism'
  2. 'In today's cyber age, people take it as an insult to be labelled narrow-minded for their opinions with obvious bias.'
  3. 'Was his mockery of posters encouraging riding a bike meant to appeal to the narrow-minded prejudices of his more polluting punters?'
  4. 'Because they exploit the fears and incite the prejudices of the narrow-minded.'
  5. 'Visit their website for reactionary, narrow-minded tripe!'
  6. 'Some people easily give up a chance or some potential probably because of a narrow-minded and negative point of view.'
  7. 'The more selfish and narrow-minded interests are allowed to rule, the fewer good things there are for the country and the citizens as a whole.'
  8. 'I'm frustrated with narrow-minded view of history this article represents.'
  9. 'The professor also slammed the government's research funding agencies for narrow-minded views on how to train researchers.'
  10. 'It was just sort of a narrow-minded point of view of what would happen.'
  11. 'Hardly the conduct of a sectarian or narrow-minded politician.'

Definitions

adjective

1. having or showing a prejudiced mind, as persons or opinions; biased.

2. not receptive to new ideas; having a closed mind.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be narrow-minded of alls."

"people can be narrow-minded."

"views can be narrow-minded."

"thinkings can be narrow-minded."

"strategies can be narrow-minded."

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