Definition of small-minded in English:

small-minded

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adjective

Derivatives

small-mindedly

adverb
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  • But who is standing up to our MPs as they hack, small-mindedly, in different ways, at our freedom?
  • Ignore the cries of those who would small-mindedly label you a bar geek and think of the benefits that being a member of this association has for you as a lawyer, regardless of your specialty.
  • Both agree that one should simply celebrate the fact that there are books without small-mindedly picking apart those one dislikes, especially in public or, worst of all, in print.

small-mindedness

noun
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  • As one who has gorged himself on Mencken, I can sympathize with the biographers who rushed in to appraise Mencken's life and then turned away, disgusted by his cruelty, small-mindedness, and transparent bigotry.
  • The players here may be more ‘decent’, may be older and more female, but the small-mindedness and pettiness is the same.
  • This kind of small-mindedness and intolerance is what keeps people like the two of you from learning anything.

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