Not blinkered; having full vision or awareness. (adjective)
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Use "unblinkered" in a sentence
"Certainly, an unblinkered vision of South Asia would feature a country whose fanatically ideological government in 1998 conducted nuclear tests, threatened its neighbour with all-out war and, four years later, presided over the massacre of 2,000 members of a religious minority."
"An excellent bonus feature is Directed By Andre Tarkovsky, a warm but unblinkered look at the director by his editor on this film."
"The Catholic Church is represented by worldly clerics such as the Abbé Chappe, whose unblinkered travels to Siberia, in the 1760s, armed him to denounce Voltaire as the dupe of Catherine the Great."