Words nearby high-minded
Origin of high-minded
OTHER WORDS FROM high-mindedhigh-mind·ed·ly, adverbhigh-mind·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for high-minded
At the very least, he would make a thoughtful and high-minded sparring partner for Clinton in the debates that lie ahead.Wait a Minute, Clinton Coronators—Here Comes Jim Webb|Eleanor Clift|September 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And Rose, of course, has hosted his high-minded eponymous PBS show for two decades.‘CBS This Morning’ Success Brings With It a Certain Swagger|David Freedlander|July 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
For him to present it as a high-minded attempt to empower voters shows what nerve the guy has.
Inaugurals are supposed to be high-minded and conciliatory, right?
It is hate and hyper-partisan paranoia masquerading as high-minded patriotism.
"You heard aright," answered Folko, looking with fond delight on the delicate yet high-minded lady.Sintram and His Companions|Friedrich de la Motte Fouque
No high-minded man, no high-minded boy or girl, would do such a thing.The Upward Path|Various
Our friends are nice and high-minded, and all that, and the other side doesn't get turned around.Six Girls and Bob|Marion Ames Taggart
And it is because I am so sure of your high-minded generosity and—and thorough devotion, that I have ventured to speak to you.The Eustace Diamonds|Anthony Trollope
He was not a high-minded man in any sense of the word, and he was hopelessly, irretrievably frivolous.Essays|Arthur Christopher Benson