Meaning of myopically in English:


Pronunciation /mʌɪˈɒpɪk(ə)li/


See myopic

‘A man in a tattered suit, involved, myopically, in some elementary task, despite being surrounded by silent indifference.’
  • ‘We are myopically focused in one area, which lets us manage the political risk more effectively.’
  • ‘By late morning he stood on high ground bordering Styal Woods, looking back myopically over the gently undulating farmland.’
  • ‘Australians continually look myopically at issues and assume they are only going on here when that is simply untrue.’
  • ‘Dealing with any problem myopically will be to the detriment of another.’