Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


You: Dont you think people ought to be broadminded about some things?

Tolstoy was narrow, while Dostoievsky was one of the most broadminded men who ever lived.

It strengthened my faith in the breadth and simplicity of a broadminded religion.

I thought you were philosopher enough to see the angle of every one's vision and broadminded so as to see every point of view.

The idealist, if he be broadminded, and not merely sentimental, is indeed likely to be the practical man.

Much of all this was due to Miss Stacy's tactful, careful, broadminded guidance.

But Stephen was a broadminded man, wise enough to know that the pest of grasshoppers could not last forever.

He was a gentleman and a broadminded man although he was one of those who thought the expedition "a foolish enterprise."

She valued each after his kind, in his own place and for his own proper purposes, as becomes a broadminded woman.

He was a keen and broadminded reformer, and Miss Nightingale's ideas were upon lines which he too had considered.