- rigidly adhering to a particular sect or its doctrines
lacking tolerance or flexibility or breadth of view
a brilliant but narrow-minded judge
- capable of being shocked
How To Use narrow-minded In A Sentence
- It is with narrow-minded people as with narrow-necked bottle; the less they have in them the more noise they make in pouring out.
- We have to admit that stubborn gerontocracy has been a major obstacle to reforming politics due to the aged politicians' obstinacy and narrow-mindedness.
- I can't stand how limited, how clannish, how narrow-minded they are!
- Distressingly these encouraged narrow-minded ideas based upon sexual objectivism are just as prevalent in animation…
- What people did to me might hurt as well, but I would not carry their narrow-mindedness or bias as my burden.
- A lot of us don't get a lot out of narrow-minded, self-righteous, paranoia coupled with obviously disingenuous yatter about being the party of small government and fiscal conservatism – eight years of George Bush made those lies too obvious to miss. 'Regular guy' Thune is hot commodity in GOP circles
- He is critical of the monks, whom he considers narrow-minded and self-righteous.
- Frustration at the narrow-minded ‘electoralism’ of the British political parties has produced a new form of militant abstentionism in the 2001 campaign which we haven't seen before.
- Instead they choose to hurt a person who doesn't fit into their narrow-minded view of the world.
- The villagers displayed the typical narrow-mindedness of a small community.