Definition for open-minded

adjective as in receptive

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Eli says something very interesting during his conversation with Alicia: “They [voters] want people who are open-minded.”

Our culture is becoming more open-minded about previously taboo subjects.

And just as the NBA and WNBA continue to develop as open-minded sports leagues, Bosh plans to develop even further as a designer.

Some said that they found trans women more interesting, open-minded, and/or courageous than the average cis woman.

“We have a good president who is open-minded, but I think the pressure needs to come from the bottom up,” he said.

It angered him exceedingly to see how readily his open-minded relative had fallen into the swindlers' trap.

It is one to be approached in a spirit of open-minded inquiry, entirely unaffected by hopes or fears or dogmas or moral claims.

She became his public, as it were, and no man ever had a more open-minded, clear-headed public than that.

At that time I was quite open-minded, I had arrived at no definite conclusion as to the existence or non-existence of ghosts.

His smooth, soft ways won Olaf's heart and the open-minded king put complete trust in him.


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On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to open-minded, such as: approachable, impartial, observant, tolerant, acceptant, and acceptive.

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