open-minded[ oh-puh n-mahyn-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF open-minded
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He's a lawyer himself, but certainly not an open-minded one.
The Japanese are open-minded and receptive of truth, from whatever quarter it may come.
Unfortunately his Brother on the Bench was not so open-minded.
If this be so, every open-minded reader will better see the truth by comparison.
I, who had ever been open-minded, must learn to keep my own counsel.
He's a good sort and he's open-minded, but there are things may daunt even him.
The story of a lovely, opened-eyed, open-minded American girl.
And it is not at all what we mean when we say of S. Joseph that he was open-minded.
Open-minded, perhaps,—though I don't know that that is calling it rightly.
All that any official of the company required of us was that we be open-minded.