Definition of low-minded in English:

low-minded

Syllabification: low-mind·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌlōˈmīndəd
 
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adjective

Vulgar or sordid in mind or character.
More example sentences
  • If the voters demand a clean election, the low-minded, unscrupulous candidates will be eliminated naturally through competition; the virtuous politicians will then get elected.
  • Many, no doubt, will be low-minded thrill-seekers.
  • And two low-minded holders of high office told a former government press secretary they had reason to believe the senator was a British agent and asked him to find out more.

Derivatives

low-mindedness

Pronunciation: /ˌlōˈmīndədnəs
 
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noun
More example sentences
  • You can ignore the low mindedness of some of the replies.
  • It is the low-mindedness of this poem that carries its most urgent arguments.

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