narrow-mindedly


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Synonyms for narrow-mindedly

in a narrow-minded manner

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We have created excellent relations with China, Japan and India and we already have excellent relations with the United States of America and so if we observe things unattached to the political contamination we can see that this government has a clear strategy that is not narrow-mindedly focused only on the European Union," Casule explains.
By the time I'm on holiday, it'll be business as spitefully, narrow-mindedly usual.
The declared ambition, made early on in a disparate collection of introductory essays, is the creation of a sweeping system, one capable of replacing the flat slab concrete frame and trabeated steel skeleton, contemporary structural canons that the presentation narrow-mindedly attributes to Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe respectively.
This is frequently attacked as a blinkered approach pursued narrow-mindedly by the professional economists who are appointed to the MPC.
Back then my perception of drug users was very negative--I simply wanted nothing to do with them, for I narrow-mindedly considered them failures and criminals.
As for the 'we need an Englishman' brigade which Sven warns of, well you wont find many Spurs fans, Liverpool fans or Chelsea fans narrow-mindedly bemoaning the appointments of their Dutch, Spanish and Portuguese bosses, will you?
Petry evokes clearly what world West stands for in depicting the opposite, real world: "elderly, calculating people in their twenties, narrow-mindedly focused on self-preservation, oversensitively renouncing all the rest.
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