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  1. ready to entertain new ideas
    an open-minded curiosity
    open-minded impartiality
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  • Less open-minded grassroots coaches dislike the option as their egos crave 10-0 scorelines. Times, Sunday Times
  • As the autonomy of the local church kicks in (coupled with open-minded assessments of the spirit of Christ toward women), oppressive views of women in diaconal roles will increasingly get kicked out.
  • Why to ask so much when you are in love If you ask too much, maybe you no longer love. The mature never ask the past, the wise never ask the present and the open-minded never ask the future.
  • In short, during the twentieth century both the norms governing religious intermarriage and actual marriage patterns moved toward greater interfaith openness and integration, as religiously insular generations were succeeded by their more open-minded children.35 Less detailed evidence on interfaith friendships is available, but such evidence as we have suggests that they too became slowly but steadily more prevalent, at least over the last two decades of the twentieth century.36 American Grace
  • You can talk to her about anything—she's very open-minded.
  • Be open-minded about new people you meet because what seems like a personality clash can become a very rewarding friendship. The Sun
  • I am a very open-minded person and I respect people's opinions, decisions and beliefs. Archive 2009-11-01
  • Only when all go to non-faith schools have we any chance of getting a tolerant and open-minded generation.
  • You can talk to her about anything—she's very open-minded.
  • Finding the best art anywhere - even in New York - requires free-wheeling open-mindedness, unburdened by reigning ideas and trends.
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