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- n. the state of being narrow-minded
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being narrow-minded.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an inclination to criticize opposing opinions or shocking behavior
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NPR often embodies the very things it claims to stand against: unfairness, narrow-mindedness and reactionary policies.
Despite what my tired and mangled words may have implied, they were never intended to suggest any sort of narrow-mindedness and should never have been made.
Their refusal to give into the narrow-mindedness or ignorance that leads to such thinking was inspiring and much more in keeping with Stegner's reminder that it is our ability to cooperate and create, not our ability to go it alone, that sustains us in Colorado.
They are the prisoners of hate "locked behind the bars of prejudice and narrow-mindedness", as Mandela would describe them.
"Despite what my tired and mangled words may have implied, they were never intended to suggest any sort of narrow-mindedness and should never have been made."
If the ADL considers supporting human rights and international law to be "anti-Israel," then it reveals more about the organization's narrow-mindedness, McCarthyite silencing tactics, and support for Israel's oppressive treatment of Palestinians than it does about our alleged motivations.
The joining of racist politics with racist religion proves that narrow-mindedness and bigotry is not limited by colour or belief, rather by a united and shared stupidity.
This model encourages narrow-mindedness, we do things without asking questions just because that's how it's always been done.
The hope for Somalia lies in moderates being able to be heard over the voices of fundamentalist hatred and narrow-mindedness.
The Dutch narrow-mindedness is for average people.