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broad-mindedness

Definitions

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  • noun The characteristic of being broad-minded.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun an inclination to tolerate or overlook opposing or shocking opinions or behavior

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Examples

  • We put on dresses and went, three non-Christian girls, feeling part of the global village, trekking into the heart of broad-mindedness and community.

    Pamela Kripke: Mixing It Up in the Bible Belt

  • The biography Passage of a Picture Bride describes its real-life subject as having a “positive outlook and broad-mindedness, unusual traits among Korean women” of that time.

    Honolulu by Alan Brennert: Questions

  • The biography Passage of a Picture Bride describes its real-life subject as having a “positive outlook and broad-mindedness, unusual traits among Korean women” of that time.

    Honolulu by Alan Brennert: Questions

  • We put on dresses and went, three non-Christian girls, feeling part of the global village, trekking into the heart of broad-mindedness and community.

    Pamela Kripke: Mixing It Up in the Bible Belt

  • Nor are we necessarily going to be open to all the positions and, uh, broad-mindedness of porn stars although I'm guessing few of us would turn away, say, a Brad Pitt-George Clooney threesome; I sure wouldn't.

    Does Porn Watching Lead to Divorce?

  • We put on dresses and went, three non-Christian girls, feeling part of the global village, trekking into the heart of broad-mindedness and community.

    Pamela Kripke: Mixing It Up in the Bible Belt

  • Through personal example, she has taught young Ethiopians the values of honesty, courage, integrity, intelligence, fair -, open - and broad-mindedness and an unshakeable faith in the future of democracy in Ethiopia.

    Alemayehu G. Mariam: Ethiopia: Happy Mother's Day Birtukan!

  • It's not difficult to discern the truth in this statement: The protagonist of the Judge Dee Mysteries exhibits many of the author's own qualities: intellectual curiosity, broad-mindedness and a love of traditional culture and etiquette.

    A Dutch Diplomat in the Tang Imperial Court

  • The consequences of this are all too clear to see: rising levels of bigotry within and across faiths, judgmental attitudes leaving no room for generous, fuzzy broad-mindedness, and an obsessive interest in sexual behaviour expressed especially in rampant homophobia.

    Liberals must stand together

  • That is the road of tolerance, good will, broad-mindedness, patience and understanding.

    Alemayehu G. Mariam: Ethiopia at the Crossroads of History

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