Thesaurus / narrow-minded

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But the narrow-minded are the more prejudiced by very reason of their narrowness.

Apologia pro Vita SuaJohn Henry Newman

It is not a narrow-minded fanatic's flight from the world, but the concentrated thought of a mourner.

Jewish HistoryS. M. Dubnow

"My niece (with many good qualities) is a narrow-minded young woman," Mrs. Farnaby explained.

The Fallen LeavesWilkie Collins

J—ski was really disagreeable and narrow-minded; not one of those about him was on good terms with him.

At last the rector's eyes were opened, and when a narrow-minded man's eyes are once opened he usually becomes stony at heart.

Neither does 'back-veldt' obtuseness and narrow-minded bigotry and indiscreet loquacity, Meinheer van Hert.

The RhodesianGertrude Page

Mrs. Sparrow came to see her, and the narrow-minded grey woman proved to be unusually sympathetic.

It was a petty, childish manner in which to look at the matter, and showed the narrow-minded view which Jos took of life.

Hathorne was a man of force and ability—though evidently also as narrow-minded and unfair as only a bigot can be.

DulcibelHenry Peterson

Was it the narrow-minded glory of the Usurper, that loved to look upon the greatness he had humbled, that brought them there?

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