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- adj. frank and candidly straightforward
- adj. generous and kind
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Candid; frank; generous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Candid; frank; sincere; not sly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. freely communicative; candidly straightforward
- adj. showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and generosity
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They have a knowing only the open-hearted have that the future is perilous.
But the irony is that Holy Father, in seeking to be open-minded and open-hearted (in the most Christian sense of those terms), has been repeatedly attacked as being exclusive and close-minded.
But I love I'm British But … it's such a sweet, innocent, open-hearted film and it has the sort of openess that I still aspire to with everything I do.
If Ebeneezer Scrooge could become open-hearted and generous after spending a lifetime as a curmudgeon and miser, there is hope for Uncle Fred.
"It was quiet and strong and understated and open-hearted: all qualities which define this character."
So Mr. Williams fashioned a work that evokes the melancholic, calmly affirming, harmonically open-hearted world of Copland.
He mentioned that he was particularly glad that I had used the term "embracing" in the title, and enthusiastically agreed that we need not just a political settlement but open-hearted reconciliation based on acknowledgment that both Israel and Palestine have legitimate narratives and both communities have co-created the current mess.
They were open-hearted, joyful, proud to pose for photos, even when approached by a middle-aged American speaking middling Mandarin.
As always, please add your own open-hearted songs below.
He was this sweet, open-hearted hippie guy who got really burned by his college girlfriend and became Barney.
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