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broadmindedness

Definitions

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  • n. State or quality of being broadminded; openness to new things and new ideas.

Etymologies

broadminded +‎ -ness (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Principles in their lives often yield to a policy of so called broadmindedness and alleged charity.

    Catholic Problems in Western Canada

  • The respect that you gain by your compassion, by your broadmindedness, cannot be lost.

    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar: A Time of Forgiveness

  • I love the proto-feminism--the way there are badass female knights and nobody seems to think it's a big deal--and also the quite surprising religious broadmindedness--sure, your Christians are putatively good and your Saracens bad, but compare it to something like Jerusalem Delivered and Ariosto's touch seems very light indeed.

    Ariosto, Orlando Furioso, (transl. David R. Slavitt, 2010)

  • Though the pivotal leadership of government and the ruling AL instructed to control the youngsters to be in tolerance and told party men to advice student wing for showing broadmindedness to other organizations, campus violence is returning slowly.

    Campus violence a socio-political problem in Bangladesh

  • Add to this the fact that, during the neocon regime, the quite visible policy was the starving of the beast, the dumbing-down of the people so that they would be easy to fool into a state of religious-patriotic fervor that would squeeze out all traces of possible tolerance and broadmindedness.

    Will Democracy Forever Remain an Illusion?

  • The journey from slavery to presidency was long and painful, black Africans in USA had suffered a lot, broadmindedness of Democratic Party leadership and its members is largely responsible for present state of racial harmony in USA.

    Lowering Racial Divides

  • Thus, he pointed with pride to the broadmindedness of the film industry, noting "Hollywood has held open the door of opportunity to every man and woman who could meet its technical and artistic standards, regardless of racial background or religious belief" 130though not, apparently, political background or radical belief.

    Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood

  • And whites get to have it both ways-congratulating themselves for broadmindedness while comforting themselves with the convenient fiction that he is not "just" black, but has also "transcended" his color.

    Why Powell's Race Matters

  • It remained for the twentieth century, in the name of progress, in the name of tolerance, in the name of broadmindedness, in the name of freedom, to pull her down from her throne and try to make her like a man.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • Our modern broadmindedness has taken religious education out of the day schools.

    Archive 2006-01-01

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