closed-minded vs close-minded : Common Errors in English

About closed-minded vs close-minded

“Closed-minded” might seem logical, but the traditional spelling of this expression is “close-minded.” The same is true for “close-lipped” and “close-mouthed.”

closed-minded Meaning(s)

  • (s) not ready to receive to new ideas

close-minded Meaning(s)

  • (s) not ready to receive to new ideas

closed-minded in News

  • Wrong (Blu-ray)

    Recommended In 10 Words or Less Another surreal trip from Quentin Dupieux Reviewer's Bias* Loves: Surreal films, dogs Likes: Jack Plotnick, Quentin Dupieux Dislikes: Closed-minded audiences Hates: Boring old movies The Movie Quentin Dupieux's 2010 English-language debut Rubber is a striking film, telling the story of a homicidal tire with psychic powers, on a killing spree, as an audience ...
    on June 9, 2013 Source: DVD Talk

close-minded in News

  • NASCAR welcome in Granite State

    Knock it all you want, but NASCAR in New Hampshire is here to stay. When the page on the calendar flips to July, the moans and groans begin from the close-minded folks that just don’t understand the draw to watching cars and trucks driving over 100 mph in an oval for the chance to hold up a big lobster. No matter what part of the Granite State has been visited over the last two weeks, the same ...
    on July 15, 2013 Source: The Nashua Telegraph

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