from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of close-minded.
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- adj. Alternative form of close-minded.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. not ready to receive new ideas.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not ready to receive to new ideas
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All this censorship stuff can EVER accomplish is to either make the younger generation as closed-minded as YOU, or — if they have any gumption at all — prompt them to rebel.
Those not welcome: those who are dogmatic, self-satisfied, and closed-minded; screamers and shouters; the intolerant and divisive; cult-followers and character assassins; the small-minded and ill-informed; those who listen to radio ranters to have their prejudices confirmed; all who put their narrow or special interest ahead of the national interest; the humorless.
It's too bad you are so brainwashed and closed-minded.
Yet your dim and closed-minded views fail to see that you are asking and wanting something that you might not want.
It took her some time to convince those of us who—according to her—were more than a bit closed-minded when we began researching how to rebuild this facility.
Inhofe is an angry, bitter, closed-minded old man whose time is well past.
Way to blatantly show people how closed-minded you are.
But you are just another pea-brained GOP idiot, who probably actually misses the bull-headed, closed-minded style of GW Bush.
Instead of withholding judgment until the official opening, a cabal of closed-minded NY theater critics salivated over its presumed failure or, more precisely, the defeat of Julie Taymor.
Every now and then, everyone needs to vent their frustrations with the world's closed-minded and intolerant.