Definition of an open mind in US English:

an open mind

phrase

  • The readiness to consider something without prejudice.

    • ‘However, one should not be blinded by the rules, but rather keep an open mind and be ready to experiment.’
    • ‘This group of people should consider keeping an open mind and really work at it.’
    • ‘The coach should always have an open mind with regard to improving his own learning.’
    • ‘I just hope that most of you try to minimize it and look at things with an open mind.’
    • ‘Perhaps they won't come to it with an open mind at all and will be angry that I got it all wrong.’
    • ‘I ask Sue and the other members of the society to please consider my response with an open mind.’
    • ‘Watch it with a pizza, a couple of beers, and an open mind, and you'll have a great time.’
    • ‘We are keeping an open mind but are not treating it as suspicious.’
    • ‘So if you like the idea of inventing something a little different, it might be worth keeping an open mind about what will appeal.’
    • ‘Ken was well known for his volatility, but also his willingness to keep an open mind.’