Origin of open-minded
Examples from the Web for open-minded
Eli says something very interesting during his conversation with Alicia: “They [voters] want people who are open-minded.”The Good Wife’s Religion Politics: Voters Have No Faith in Alicia's Atheism|Regina Lizik|November 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And just as the NBA and WNBA continue to develop as open-minded sports leagues, Bosh plans to develop even further as a designer.
Some said that they found trans women more interesting, open-minded, and/or courageous than the average cis woman.
“We have a good president who is open-minded, but I think the pressure needs to come from the bottom up,” he said.
Were he alive, Herzl might have grounds to sue—but the open-minded journalist would know better.
The President urges that the settlement after the war shall be "free, open-minded, and absolutely impartial."A School History of the Great War|Albert E. McKinley, Charles A. Coulomb, and Armand J. Gerson
The honest, open-minded, and clean-thinking Norwegian people were disgusted beyond words.British Secret Service During the Great War|Nicholas Everitt
It is one to be approached in a spirit of open-minded inquiry, entirely unaffected by hopes or fears or dogmas or moral claims.
Which was the greater reverence: to exploit one's own belief; or, open-minded, to be searching for a clearer outlook upon truth?The Brentons|Anna Chapin Ray
It angered him exceedingly to see how readily his open-minded relative had fallen into the swindlers' trap.The Rover Boys on the Farm|Arthur M. Winfield (AKA Edward Stratemeyer)
British Dictionary definitions for open-minded
Word Origin and History for open-minded
also openminded, open minded, 1828, first recorded in Carlyle; from open (adj.) + minded. Figurative use of open (adj.) with reference to hearts, hands, etc. is from early 15c. Related: Open-mindedly; open-mindedness.