Definition of woolly-minded in English:

woolly-minded

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adjective

informal
Vague or confused in character or expression: Mawdsley had no time for woolly-minded socialists
More example sentences
  • The worldly, tough-minded economist has joined the other-worldly, woolly minded theologian or classicist in the literary repertoire.
  • John Stuart was the quintessence of soft rather than hardcore, a woolly minded man of mush in striking contrast to his steel-edged father.
  • I've heard someone furiously dismiss all animal charities as supported by woolly minded morons because humans have enough problems without worrying about herons.

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