Words nearby low-minded
Origin of low-minded
OTHER WORDS FROM low-mindedlow·mind·ed·ly, adverblow-mind·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for low-minded
“Because the Taliban themselves are low-minded, they think every woman and girl is just like them,” she says.
He then turns to the vassals of the Shgun, and charges them with being tyrannical, rapacious, and low-minded.Japanese Girls and Women|Alice Mabel Bacon
Some low-minded scheming limb of the law might pay court to Phœbe, with but one end in view.Miser Farebrother, Volume I (of 3)|Benjamin Leopold Farjeon
Then Lady Augustus wept bitterly; but while she was weeping, a low-minded idea occurred to her also.The American Senator|Anthony Trollope
The most important poems of this collection are printed in Pons's low-minded book, Sainte-Beuve et ses inconnues.
Moreover, there is a low-minded egotism often disguised in this doctrine of passive meekness.Studies of Christianity|James Martineau