"All we ever talk about is military programs"—an approach to binational relations that he believes is shortsighted.
Of course, political systems thrive on stirring and shortsighted expressions of national pride.
An outspoken minority, however, warned that our view was shortsighted.
Conservatives attacking Baldwin for his latest fit of (justified) anger are being small-time and shortsighted.
But the response from prominent Jewish groups and leaders has been shortsighted.
Specious enough is that argument: but shortsighted more than enough.
It is shortsighted action to deal with the kidneys alone in this trouble.
Perhaps this was partly because their methods were shortsighted, their means inadequate to the ends proposed.
His attitude towards the French Canadians was prejudiced and shortsighted.
We know we are shortsighted and sometimes blind, and that the fight is often hopeless.
shortsighted short·sight·ed (shôrt'sī'tĭd)