fair-minded

[ fair-mahyn-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF fair-minded
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Such a fair-minded man must ask himself, what is the truth in the matter?

Fair-minded people will try to be honest, kind and just to everyone.

He knew he would have the sympathy of all fair-minded people.

They are men like us, married men, fathers of families, fair-minded.

I will go straight to the curate, who, after all, may be a fair-minded man.

No court, no fair-minded judge, would so decree on the evidence of a creature like that.

I must say she was a good sport: as a fair-minded man, I've got to admit that.

That in itself is sufficient to convince any fair-minded court of your guilt, sir.

At bottom Mr. Riegel was a fair-minded as well as a shrewd person.

Fair-minded persons will surely allow that such action was natural.

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