simple-minded


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  • adj

Synonyms for simple-minded

stupid

Synonyms for simple-minded

having only a limited ability to learn and understand

Synonyms for simple-minded

lacking subtlety and insight

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lacking mental capacity and subtlety

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References in classic literature ?
His partners were the gloomily humorous editor of a celebrated magazine; a silent, elderly barrister with malicious little eyes; and a highly martial, simple-minded old Colonel with nervous brown hands.
As an economist, I specialize in being simple-minded.
The ads for inspirational, feel-good drama "On a Clear Day" sport the following simple-minded, but truthful blurb: "If you love 'The Full Monty,' you'll adore 'On a Clear Day.
There was a funny thing about the material, however; it was invisible to those who were unfit for office or who were extraordinarily simple-minded.
McDaniel does not gloss over cultural imperatives, and the characters are neither simple-minded nor wrong-headed as they examine their loyalties, duties, and beliefs.
Her concluding chapter, "Children, National Identity and the State," explicitly rejects the simple-minded assumption that support for embryonic "welfare" programs, most notably the provision of school meals, divided neatly along class lines.
Of course it was despicable that they should regard the club's players with such obvious contempt and their supporters as such simple-minded dupes.
The British press make this ethnocentric conceit seem not just simple-minded and cloddish, but dangerous to America and the rest of the world.
The pupillary reflex is very simpleminded, but it seems rather important to show that a transplant can relay a bit of specific, simple-minded behavior,' Lund told SCIENCE NEWS.