Origin of fair-minded
Related formsfair-mind·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for fair-minded
But all fair-minded Americans should get behind this push for real equality and protections in the lives of all Americans.State of LGBT Rights: Married on Sunday, but Fired on Monday|Gene Robinson|December 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And in time, fair-minded and thoughtful Methodists will cry, “Enough!”Love Trumped Rules for Fired Methodist Rev. Frank Schaefer|Gene Robinson|December 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
At this point, a normal, fair-minded human being would think, "Well, by jove, we've got to get out there and equal them."
Let me return the compliment by noting that I consider Mooney a thoughtful and fair-minded critic of conservatism.
It is hard to celebrate the past in an ecumenical way, or even in a fair-minded one, apparently.
As a consequence, he jeers and sneers at all foreigners, and they deny that he is a fair-minded sportsman or a good horseman.Riding and Driving|Edward L. Anderson
However, I ask myself—I who am nothing if not fair-minded—why shouldn't missionaries act as recruiting-agents?Peking Dust|Ellen N. La Motte
Before the end of the year the failure of the embargo was patent to every fair-minded observer.Union and Democracy|Allen Johnson
But we must all appear before the judgment seat of that fair-minded arbiter who is man as well as God.
Winter is the best living police detective, and a most fair-minded one.The Stowmarket Mystery|Louis Tracy