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- adj. Alternative spelling of woolly-minded.
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- adj. confused and vague; used especially of thinking
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He is not motivated by the socialist or Marxist propaganda that hypnotized a whole generation of wooly-minded academics and condescending liberals -- those concepts also leave him cold.
It seems a puzzling and inescapable fact of life that to be cultured involves a degree of surrender to wooly-minded 'liberalism' that eschews pragmatism and the hard decisions.
Thus the forces of death are confident and organized while the forces of life--the people who long for peace---are, for the most part, scattered, inarticulate, and wooly-minded, overwhelmed by their own impotence.
At first, Reagan was inclined to eschew human rights as just another part of Jimmy Carter's wooly-minded liberalism.
Don't be put off by the wooly-minded comparisons with Tarantino.
If our foolish energy policy has forced us into the arms of the likes of Gaddafi, then we can only blame the same wooly-minded ethicists who have put us there.
You claim to be wooly-minded and wrong; this is a condition that can be corrected with clear thinking, something that you are not willing to do.
To start, they should re-read Jarvis’s piece and stop listening to well-meaning, wooly-minded folks who maintain that newspapers are basically sound…”unfairly” caught between the recession and the increasing price of newsprint.