large-minded : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s showing or characterized by broad-mindedness
- It is this unpretentious, large-minded quality that English Novelist Drabble clearly loves about Bennett.
- More cautious historiansthe economic-theory men, the specialists in constitutional law, the nationalistswill cavil at Churchill's large-minded judgments.
- The story begins in the 1940s at a political dinner given in honor of Judge Simon Mannix, a shrewd, large-minded man who has been "mentioned" for the Supreme Court.