low-minded

low-mind·ed

(lō′mīn′dĭd)
adj.
Exhibiting a coarse, vulgar character.

low′-mind′ed·ly adv.
low′-mind′ed·ness n.

low-minded

adj
having a vulgar or crude mind and character
ˌlow-ˈmindedly adv
ˌlow-ˈmindedness n

low′-mind′ed



adj.
having or showing vulgar taste or interests.
[1720–30]
low′-mind′ed•ly, adv.
low′-mind′ed•ness, n.
Translations

low-minded

[ˈləʊˈmaɪndɪd] ADJvil, mezquino
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Now, upon my soul, you know,' said Mr Chuckster, shaking his head gravely, as men are wont to do when they consider things are going a little too far, 'this is altogether such a low-minded affair, that if I didn't feel for the governor, and know that he could never get on without me, I should be obliged to cut the connection.
Old Osborne stood in secret terror of his son as a better gentleman than himself; and perhaps my readers may have remarked in their experience of this Vanity Fair of ours, that there is no character which a low-minded man so much mistrusts as that of a gentleman.
This is a low-minded Indian, and one easily hurried into folly.
He told me I was low-minded, immoral, a devotee of 'art for art'--whatever that is: all of which greatly afflicted me, for he was really a sweet little fellow.
His own share he ran through in five years, and he has tried since then by every trick of a cunning, low-minded man, by base cajolery, by legal quibbles, by brutal intimidation, to juggle me out of my share as well.
If low-minded, brutal people will act like themselves, what am I to do?
Now, some low-minded people, who pretend to tell the story of Theseus and Ariadne, have the face to say that this royal and honorable maiden did really flee away, under cover of the night, with the young stranger whose life she had preserved.
But the young man was conscious, at the same moment, that it had ceased to be a matter of serious regret to him that the little American flirt should be "talked about" by low-minded menials.
ISLAMABAD -- Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information Firdous Ashiq Awan Monday said that involving the premier in the issue of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) chairman was a 'low-minded act and political dishonesty'.
Aiyar was suspended from the party in December 2017 after he referred Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a "neech aadmi" (low-minded) for appropriating Babasaheb Ambedkar during Gujarat polls election campaign.
From throwing ink and shoe to an attempt of murder by low-minded culprits is a matter of concern for the politicians and lawmakers and also for the common people who participate in public gatherings addressed by politicians.
In order to counter such oppressive and low-minded measures, it is necessary to take lessons from the past.

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