shallow-minded

shallow-minded

adj
lacking intellectual or mental depth or subtlety; superficial
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Some people are still very shallow-minded that they use Grace as a means to attack your candidacy.
Most probably, the Turkish Islamists believe that Western politicians are shallow-minded guys who don't get the point of their pragmatic moves.
The Israelis are a very special people because they know how to live in the present and make this present worth living, while the West has drained its peoples' souls and made their lives meaningless, with only shallow-minded hedonism and materialism remaining.
Yet it would be all to easy for shallow-minded television executives to amuse themselves focusing on just a few members of some of our most deprived communities.
Though bad leadership has blighted the prospects of certain parts of Africa, it is shallow-minded to tar everyone with the same brush.
Shallow-minded people will love fishing West Central waters this month.
But if you want good places to party in Amman just open Layalina and join the rest of our shallow-minded trivial and banal "higher" society members that both Norton's and Pitt's characters are desperately trying to fight.
It marked McAteer down as a spice boy, a shallow-minded footballer, a bonviveur.
If Steinbrenner was starting out in the industry today, he'd never get away with such a shallow-minded business plan that risked everything on a single team.
I can't believe that Britain was once the powerhouse of the world with its shallow-minded people doing all they can to destroy their Royal family who do fall - do make mistakes - show they are human and care.
It's only shallow-minded, ignorant people who would talk about her weight.
After Atlee the Labour Party had a succession of party leaders who, with the assistance of shallow-minded, social-climber MPs, ate away socialist values and voters' trust.