from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Having or characterized by tolerant or liberal views.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Characterized by breadth of view and freedom from bigotry; liberal and unprejudiced: as, a broad-minded man.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective incapable of being shocked. Opposite of
- adjective inclined to respect views and beliefs that differ from one's own. Opposite of
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- adjective Having an
open mind; tolerantof diversity.
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- adjective inclined to respect views and beliefs that differ from your own
- adjective incapable of being shocked
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Shamsie's attempt to explain political upheaval through interlocking lives is broad-minded, clear-sighted, even valiant.
But both stories do show the power in remaining broad-minded enough to acknowledge the truth in an opponent's narrative, thereby freeing the opponent to acknowledge the truth in yours.
"The Valley of the Moon" has been called the most broad-minded and well-balanced story he has ever written.
Pretty broad-minded view of the greatest nation on earth ya got there.
Since Fancy liked “all that Depression-era crap,” normally she would have been glad to see Kit being so broad-minded, but she was still upset over how Kit had behaved with the Turners yesterday.
He seemed generous, broad-minded, and, for a sailor, very much of a man of the world.
Compared to more orthodox Church officials they were very broad-minded about what they sought for their libraries – classic pagan Greek and Latin literature were included as enthusiastically as scripture and related Christian texts.
Now a testament to the broad-minded nature of today's canvas-dwelling youth or evidence of the deep divides that separate music fans, the event compiles performers into day-by-day categories: hard rockers, tried and tested indie heavyweights and People's Choice favourites, bills which alternate between Reading and its sister venture in West Yorkshire.
This is why it is that, when others boast of national achievement, the American just points to the flag and bluntly says to all the world, 'Match this if you can, the peerless story of human freedom, of intellectual progress, of great-hearted, broad-minded development told in the mystic wedlock of the Stars and Stripes.'
“How broad-minded of you,” he said, his voice acidic.