Thesaurus / narrow-mindedness

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Against these attributes their pig-headedness, narrow-mindedness, laziness, and slovenliness had to be admitted.

South African MemoriesLady Sarah Wilson

Whether those acts of his are to be ascribed to magnanimity or narrow-mindedness the reader must decide for himself.

Plutarch's Lives, Volume IIAubrey Stewart & George Long

Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts.

The Innocents AbroadMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

He hated the bigotry and narrow-mindedness which forbade the study of any subject but the time-honored Talmud.

Rabbi and PriestMilton Goldsmith

And he (the Parson) has no absurd prejudices—no narrow-mindedness.

These men and women then differ radically from those who, in their narrow-mindedness, oppose the movement.

Various degrees of ignorance and narrow-mindedness must no doubt be expected among the class that produces private gardeners.

Wood and GardenGertrude Jekyll

The other need not be specified; but hers arose from the most pleasant and most human form of narrow-mindedness.

The NecromancersRobert Hugh Benson

It presents the very quintessence of partisanship and of narrow-mindedness.

An insurmountable obstacle is thus thrown in the way of foreign enterprise, by the narrow-mindedness of the people.

HerzegovinaGeorge Arbuthnot
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