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open-mindedness

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The character of being open-minded or unreserved; frankness; candor.
  • noun Accessibility to new ideas or new tenets; freedom from prejudice; liberality.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The characteristic of being open-minded.

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Examples

  • On the other hand, in the name of open-mindedness, if we are unable to develop conscious convictions based on our experience, then we can't build on our learning.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Ours is distinguished by incontrovertibly powerful features, namely open-mindedness, risk-taking, hard work, playfulness, and, critical for nascent new ideas, a healthy dose of anti-establishment thinking.

    The Coming Tech-led Boom

  • Respect for food, a desire not to waste any of it, a desire to combat obesity, or revel in the cuisines of other cultures that have radical different flavors than ones' own, drawing attention to the problems within the American food production system, and a general open-mindedness -- these are good things.

    Ethan Kahn: Taking Down B.R. Myers: 'This Is A Cold Person Indeed'

  • It doesn't need any more sales, but I think a tad more open-mindedness would be nice.

    Meme, Myself, and I: The Interview

  • Respect for food, a desire not to waste any of it, a desire to combat obesity, or revel in the cuisines of other cultures that have radical different flavors than ones' own, drawing attention to the problems within the American food production system, and a general open-mindedness -- these are good things.

    Ethan Kahn: Taking Down B.R. Myers: 'This Is A Cold Person Indeed'

  • The silent majority need to speak up and counter the ignorance and the intolerance: this is a week when those voices of moderation, co-operation, open-mindedness and respect can all be heard together.

    Rahim Kanani: An Interview With Ruth Turner of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation

  • There is no disputing the quality of their graduates, but what strikes me is how exacting both are about hiring, ensuring flexibility, trust and open-mindedness (of the students and teachers alike).

    Leadership

  • It doesn't need any more sales, but I think a tad more open-mindedness would be nice.

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  • We are an innovative, inventive nation because of the intelligence, open-mindedness and creativity of our people.

    Democracy needs informed people, Obama tells grads

  • The silent majority need to speak up and counter the ignorance and the intolerance: this is a week when those voices of moderation, co-operation, open-mindedness and respect can all be heard together.

    Rahim Kanani: An Interview With Ruth Turner of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation

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