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- adv. In a broad-minded manner.
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- adv. in a broad-minded manner
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PARAMORE: I think we ought to look on the question more broad-mindedly.
The decree against parasitism was originally formulated for Gypsies, then broad-mindedly expanded to include dissidents and all sorts of profiteers, and the sentence was nothing less than banishment to a woodshed rather closer to Mongolia than Moscow.
"Of course," says Jurgen, more broad-mindedly, "these little family differences are always apt to occur in married life."
Just look at this railroad accident article broad-mindedly, Boyee.
"I'm glad you look at it so broad-mindedly," said Jerry.
If more politicians argued forthrightly and broad-mindedly as you do, we'd have a better country.
BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE says: "It is hard to find a man who presents his arguments so broad-mindedly as Dr. Hannah.