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small-minded

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsmall-mindedˌsmall-ˈminded adjective  GENEROUSthinking too much about your own life and problems and not about important things – used to show disapprovalnarrow-minded People around here are so small-minded.small-mindedness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
small-mindedThe tone of the book is small-minded and intolerant.As chairman of housing in Lambeth in the early 1970s, he was every inch the small-minded functionary.I've told you this before, but you are a small-minded lot, really.Believe it or not, but there are actually a few small-minded people in the Kings organization who resented Gretzky.Well, small-minded politicos and big-moneyed utility interests made sure this sun-drenched region never fully developed its most sensible energy alternative.Grimes's misanthropy is a proper match for the Borough's small-minded respectability.
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