generic vs narrow minded: What's the difference?

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Which is correct: Generic or Narrow minded

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Genericnoun

wine that does not meet the minimum qualifications and standards for use of a designation by appellation of origin (where the grapes are grown) or by varietal content; may only be labeled by proprietary (made-up) name, by general color (such as `vin rouge', `vino rosso', `rotwein', `red wine', etc.), or by general class (as `vin ordinaire', `vin de table', `vino da tavola', `tafelwein', `table wine', etc.)

Genericnoun

any product that can be sold without a brand name

Genericadjective

applicable to an entire class or group

Genericadjective

(of drugs) not protected by trademark

Genericadjective

relating to or common to or descriptive of all members of a genus

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