a superstitious and very simpleminded man
He took a simpleminded approach to the problem.
Recent Examples on the WebAmerican democracy, as in the Electoral College, accommodates considerations more complex than simpleminded majoritarianism.
George Will, chicagotribune.com, 3 May 2018 And with a smirking Clint Eastwood as the soldier, the story—which Cullinan told entirely from the points of view of the women—became a simpleminded demonstration of how devious women are.
Charles Taylor, Newsweek, 22 June 2017
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