broad-mindedness


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Antonyms for broad-mindedness

an inclination to tolerate or overlook opposing or shocking opinions or behavior

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Credit broad-mindedness, a love of hands-on learning and a gift for collaboration, associates say.
One of the galleries' policies is to keep the broad-mindedness that characterized Lebanese for many centuries.
In either case, these efforts most often fail, and usually because, as with Milton's only apparent broad-mindedness, they conceal their own privileged truths.
Think about the range of possibilities with in a single grape species Vitis vinifera--and apply that broad-mindedness to oak.
Lasting change in the part of the personality known as openness, which includes traits related to imagination, aesthetics, feelings, abstract ideas and general broad-mindedness was found in nearly 51 participants in the study who were administered the compound.
Lasting change was found in the part of the personality known as openness, which includes traits related to imagination, aesthetics, feelings, abstract ideas and general broad-mindedness, explained researchers at John Hopkins University School of Medicine who conducted the study.
S: Look towards progress and broad-mindedness not backward and to the dark ages
Displaying tact, sensitivity, broad-mindedness, and vision, he prevented starvation and thus won over Emperor Hirohito and his people, imposed a democratic constitution on Japan, insisted on equal rights for women, reformed the educational system, improved the Japanese medical system, and made strides in restarting the economy that had been virtually destroyed by air attacks during the war.
But as not all the residents of Walford are known for their broad-mindedness, things should get interesting.
It is always a problem when cultural criticism is driven by its own political assumptions or displays the habit of caricaturing other approaches, precisely as it seeks to question assumption-driven criticism or demonstrate broad-mindedness.
Given Keach's capacity for broad-mindedness even where he insists upon matters of literary-political value, the severe treatment of Blake within a final chapter on revolutionary violence comes as an unwelcome surprise.
The ability to communicate with different groups of people from whatever background, ie sexuality, ethnicity, age, professional, public, a sense of humour and broad-mindedness
The same values of preservation, respect, and broad-mindedness that underlie the Endangered Species Act should be applied to human beings who are at risk.
Nowhere is this broad-mindedness more apparent than in support for conservation of the environment.