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woolly-minded Line breaks: woolly-minded

Definition of woolly-minded in English:

adjective

informal
Vague or confused in character or expression: Mawdsley had no time for woolly-minded socialists
More example sentences
  • I've been asked my opinion, then called a woolly-minded idealist, an economic ingenue.
  • He was drunk on ideas, a deadly tipple for woolly-minded pseudo-intellectuals.
  • The Home Secretary is a ferocious critic of "woolly-minded" liberals.
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