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blinkered

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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blinkeredblink‧ered /ˈblɪŋkəd $ -ərd/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 PREJUDICEDhaving a limited view of a subject, or refusing to accept or consider different ideas syn narrow-mindeda blinkered attitude/approach 🔊 a blinkered attitude to other cultures2 DSHa horse that is blinkered is wearing blinkers
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blinkeredWe should not be quite so narrow-minded, blinkered and xenophobic about the rest of the world.Width often leads to superficiality and depth may produce a blinkered approach and an intellectual treadmill.This occurs not so much because the engineers are callous, but because of a blinkered approach by all parties.Humanity had begun to chart the universe and impose its own blinkered logic upon it.a brilliant but blinkered scientistBut not, as the blinkered writer of that article implied, necessarily her own independent choice.a blinkered attitude/approachThis occurs not so much because the engineers are callous, but because of a blinkered approach by all parties.Width often leads to superficiality and depth may produce a blinkered approach and an intellectual treadmill.
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