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narrow-minded
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Wuthering Heights
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  • My young lady asked some aid of her when she first came; but Mr. Heathcliff told her to follow her own business, and let his daughter-in-law look after herself; and Zillah willingly acquiesced, being a narrow-minded, selfish woman.

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  • ignorant and narrow minded
  • a brilliant but narrow-minded judge

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