Definition of broad-mindedness in English:

broad-mindedness

noun

  • See broad-minded

    • ‘Tolerance, broad-mindedness and readiness to consider others’ points of view are no longer the hallmarks of your culture.’
    • ‘They were unanimous in their opinion that all these measures prove his broad-mindedness, secularism and his intention to give minorities equal opportunities.’
    • ‘They also wanted the store to help Oxford cast itself in a different light, as a place of culture and literacy and broad-mindedness.’
    • ‘There is at least one American liberal left who actually possesses some degree of broad-mindedness and capacity for self-reflection.’
    • ‘A nation rightly proud of its tolerance and broad-mindedness has come together, united by its horror at the country's first political assassination of the modern era.’

Pronunciation

broad-mindedness

/ˌbrɔːdˈmʌɪndɪdnəs/