broad-minded

[ brawd-mahyn-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF broad-minded

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BROAD-MINDED

You are known to be rich—I mean cultured and progressive and broad-minded.

He was broad-minded, great-hearted enough not to censure the girl by word or act.

She was broad-minded—the breadth and depth of perfect health and a clean heart.

Ay, but the Bishop was too generous and broad-minded to remember that now.

English people are too sensible and broad-minded to suspect harm where there is none.

It was time, thought some, for these broad-minded men to have their due reward.

It is hard to mention a nobler instance of broad-minded charity.

Think of the rotten time Alice would have had in Wonderland if she hadn't been broad-minded.

She was traveled, well-read, philanthropic, and broad-minded.

And I should think that as a broad-minded and generous woman you could forgive me.

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