open-mindedness

[ oh-puh n-mahyn-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF open-mindedness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OPEN-MINDEDNESS

Nor did he lose a good customer on account of his open-mindedness.

Open-mindedness is the first requisite of science and democracy.

It has the pleasing form of open-mindedness, but only the form.

Not that open-mindedness requires you to abandon your own beliefs.

He was afraid lest she repent her open-mindedness toward him and talk no more.

They are the concomitants of a special type of open-mindedness.

Open-mindedness is a quality much praised and little practiced.

But the open-mindedness which is commonly praised is not the open-mindedness which is praiseworthy.

And open-mindedness toward the gospel is the vestibule to conversion.

Like her father, he had the mental rigidity that is death to open-mindedness.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OPEN-MINDEDNESS

objectivity

nounimpartiality
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