State or quality of being broadminded; openness to new things and new ideas.(noun)
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Use "broadmindedness" in a sentence
"Principles in their lives often yield to a policy of so called broadmindedness and alleged charity."
"The respect that you gain by your compassion, by your broadmindedness, cannot be lost."
"I love the proto-feminism--the way there are badass female knights and nobody seems to think it's a big deal--and also the quite surprising religious broadmindedness--sure, your Christians are putatively good and your Saracens bad, but compare it to something like Jerusalem Delivered and Ariosto's touch seems very light indeed."