openness

[ oh-puh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF openness

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Perhaps he has something of his father's Irish openness of manner as well.

But has she had the candour, the openness, to acknowledge that love?

Openness of mind will do much, but there must be the seeing eye behind it.

This lack of transparency and openness is ever the result of sin.

But, for pity's sake, let there be perfect clearness and openness, monsieur.

Not for an instant could that delusion live with Elsa's openness.

No advantage will be taken on either side; but all shall be openness and love.

There is an openness that does not even spare the writer himself.

I shall not be sorry, for they distinguish his openness and conciseness.

The first factor to be considered in France is its openness to attack.

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