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close-minded Line breaks: close-minded

Definition of close-minded in English:

adjective

Having or showing rigid opinions or a narrow outlook: close-minded condemnation of people he knows nothing about
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  • You're just an old-fashioned, close-minded fool who is stuck back in the dark ages!
  • Those members should not think in a close-minded way just about tax cuts.
  • However, this self-assured ease does seem to leave native English speakers with the reputation for being linguistically close-minded.

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