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open-door policy

noun as in open door

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He insists the company has a complete “open-door policy,” allowing any worker to bring any concern to any manager.

“I took full advantage of his open-door policy to seek insight and share perspectives,” she writes in the book.

Because it has a much more open-door policy toward migration.

Our open-door policy will continue, so I would envisage more member states than today.

We have disputes on Georgia, or our open-door policy, and that will continue.

Canning, George, attempts to join England in her open-door policy, 58.

In fact, we want an open-door policy, and a means of providing for the future of our children.

(a) All the nations represented at the conference have formally agreed to the open-door policy in China.

Europe has no open-door policy, be it known; all doors are always shut.


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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to open-door policy, such as: equal admission, free access, generosity, smiling reception, and warmheartedness.

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