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- adjective not ready to receive new ideas.
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unreceptiveto new ideas or information.
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- adjective not ready to receive to new ideas
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What woman in her right mind would want to breed with this close-minded, verbally abusive, inhumane, misogynist blockhead?
They scare me with their dogmatic, uninformed/ignorant/close-minded, idiocy.
We thank God everyday that this close-minded depraved worm-infested pachycephalosaurus with sawdust for brain, is out of power.
However, I agree with Rush on the fact that April was being close-minded about the issue.
They look down on other cultures and nationalities while all the while, it is they who are obese, isolated, close-minded due to their limited global perspective and sadly foolish.
Fellow Massachusetts voters – if you're going to be so close-minded to the Republican party, at least choose Lynch – a moderate democrat. victim of republican greed
Good riddance to church doctrine misread and misinterpreted by close-minded parasites.
I don't think anyone (other than the most dogmatic close-minded types) would disagree with that. arkizzle/Moderator
Lincoln is rolling over in his grave right now, after hearing his name associated with the xenophobic, close-minded, hate-mongering liars that make up today's Republican party.
They can't use the "young" excuse (34 when he wrote it), they can't (won't) abandon some of the Chrsitain principles that dictate the culturally deaf tone of his projected implementation, and while homosexuals are rarely on the side of the GOP (vice versa), such comments degrading their existance will not be met with understanding other than by similar close-minded circles, which I assure you are far fewer than they once were.