broad-mindedness[ brawd-mahyn-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF broad-mindedness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BROAD-MINDEDNESS
I was pleased with my broad-mindedness, that enabled me to see all sides of the baby question.
You see how quickly his broad-mindedness is replaced by most careful caution.
I don't see that their broad-mindedness is getting them anything.
As an instance of his broad-mindedness, the following extract from his Diary for June 20th is interesting.
What a relief it is occasionally to meet with broad-mindedness on the part of those who are charged with our education.
I know, of course, full well one frequent consequence of the broad-mindedness which results.
He could not thus easily surrender his pride of original thought and broad-mindedness.
Wideness of the palm denotes generosity, broad-mindedness, etc.; while a narrow palm denotes the reverse.
Billy was a country fellow with little experience of life, and broad-mindedness was not a conspicuous trait of his character.
Nine times out of ten a man's broad-mindedness is necessarily the narrowest thing about him.
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