Definition of broad-mindedly in US English:

broad-mindedly

adverb

  • See broad-minded

    • ‘‘Of course,’ says Jurgen, more broad-mindedly, ‘these little family differences are always apt to occur in married life.’’
    • ‘Chinese companies have started to broad-mindedly utilize the possibilities that sensors offer for their business.’
    • ‘I am looking forward to being part of a campaign to challenge students to think more accurately and broad-mindedly about the fundamental issues that affect their lives.’
    • ‘When oppressive becomes the conflict between reason and faith, let me broad-mindedly see my way clear to accomplish what I seek.’
    • ‘The faculty hopes to impart specialized knowledge to its students so that they act more independently, see the world broad-mindedly, and think more flexibly.’