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open-minded

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishopen-mindedˌopen-ˈminded adjective  STRICTwilling to consider and accept other people’s ideas and opinions opp narrow-mindedopen-minded about/towards She’s quite open-minded about sex.open-mindedness noun [uncountable]
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open-mindedBut he maintains that the attitude is now far more open-minded.Hence he would probably have remained open-minded.The sort of people who live and work in Bonn are well educated and open-minded.Dr. Sutton is very open-minded about non-traditional treatments.So you can see why I was open-minded about the faith healer.She's noticeably more open-minded and lively than her daughter, who's divorced and living alone.To find myself in the company of so many eminent, discerning and open-minded independent shopkeepers, affords me pleasure beyond expression.So if you are fun-loving and open-minded, put pen to paper.The sort of mix Techno jocks could do with being a lot more open-minded towards.open-minded about/towardsThe sort of mix Techno jocks could do with being a lot more open-minded towards.So you can see why I was open-minded about the faith healer.Be open about what's going on with you, and be open-minded about the new environment.If International Relations aspires to be a science, it must be open-minded about what that entails.
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