Related formssim·ple·mind·ed·ly, adverbsim·ple·mind·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for simple-minded
And “alkalinizing” someone in an attempt to improve their health is simple-minded, fatuous, and dangerous.Alkalinizing Someone to Improve His or Her Health Is Simple-Minded, Fatuous, and Dangerous|Kent Sepkowitz|January 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But I do want us to understand how wrong and simple-minded our definition of freedom is today.The Freedom to Be Fat? The Politics of Movie Popcorn, Obama, and the FDA|Michael Tomasky|April 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“This shows you how silly and how simple-minded politics can be—just absurd,” Ford says.
Stone also exaggerates in painting Bush as a simple-minded born-again Christian.
How noble are the simple-minded—how sweet the people of the Countryside—how inevitable and unerring is the voice of the people!Child and Country|Will Levington Comfort
"It might only worry pa and ma," said the kind-hearted but simple-minded young farmer.The Moving Picture Girls at Oak Farm|Laura Lee Hope
About the dressing tent and the assembly yard the women stars appeared plain and simple-minded people.The Crimson Flash|Roy J. Snell
It is never necessary to speak to the simple-minded man or child about the freedom of the human will.
Too simple-minded to think much of his lordship's position, she was yet a woman.The Ordeal of Richard Feverel, Complete|George Meredith