(ˌʃæləʊˈmaɪndɪd) adjective. lack of intellectual or mental depth or subtlety; superficial. a shallow Pollyanna.
The adjective shallow can describe things that aren’t very deep, like a shallow puddle, or people who don’t have much emotional or intellectual depth, like shallow people who judge others by their looks and how much money they have.
Shallow thinkers are unable, and sometimes too lazy, to look at all sides of a problem or to examine problems thoroughly before making a judgment or decision. Shallow thinkers usually firmly believe they are right.
Definition of superficial in the English dictionary
The definition of superficial in the dictionary is lacking intellectual or mental depth or subtlety; superficially.
The definition of shallow is something that doesn’t go deep, or someone who only cares about stupid or irrelevant things. An example of shallow is a hole that is only an inch deep. An example of superficial is a person who only cares about a person’s looks and how much money they have.
The opposite of “shallow” is “deep“.
(idiomatic) A person whose thoughts are profound; an intellectual.
1 biased, biased, partisan, intolerant, illiberal, self righteous.
Adjective. A stubborn person is unwilling to change their mind or consider the reasons or arguments of others.
Definition of narrow-minded
: unwilling to accept opinions, beliefs, behaviors, etc. that are unusual or different from one’s own : not open-minded.
Also, being superficial is not necessarily a bad thing, but it is considered socially undesirable because it affects the quality of social interactions with other people.
What is this? One of the most obvious and defining factors of a shallow person is their lack of wisdom and intelligence in things. Because they are so focused on superficial things, they don’t have the wisdom to process things at your level.