fair-mindedness

[ fair-mahyn-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF fair-mindedness
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Oh, what's the use of your fair-mindedness if you never decide for yourself?

“Perhaps you are right,” Blythe returned, with the fair-mindedness which distinguished her.

His patriotism had not root in any revolutionary element in his temper, but was the inevitable outcome of his fair-mindedness.

The candor and fair-mindedness of this work is one of its special merits.

We do not see how it is possible to call in question either the competence or the fair-mindedness of this distinguished observer.

Percival listened with specific interest, and admitted its truth with a fair-mindedness surprising even in him.

The fair-mindedness of the judge was conspicuous from first to last, and was worthy of the high traditions of the Irish Bench.

Shefford, long schooled now in his fair-mindedness, fought down the feelings of other years, and waited with patience.

"We've got to slip away from here quick," retorted the leader with a deceptive show of good-nature and fair-mindedness.

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