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Fair-mindedness   /fɛr-mˈaɪndɪdnəs/   Listen
Fair-mindedness

noun
1.
Ability to make judgments free from discrimination or dishonesty.  Synonyms: candor, candour, fairness.






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"Fair-mindedness" Quotes from Famous Books



... noble, his undaunted courage; even as he was respected throughout the town for his misfortunes, his fortitude, his steadfast adherence to his political convictions. The man so admirable in adversity was invested with all the majesty of ruined greatness. His chivalrous fair-mindedness was so well known, that litigants many a time had referred their disputes to him for arbitration. All gently bred Imperialists and the authorities themselves showed as much indulgence for his prejudices as respect for his personal character; but there was another and a large section of the ...
— The Collection of Antiquities • Honore de Balzac

... at Mr. Butt's request to say that in assessing damages they might also take into consideration the fact that the defence was practically a justification of the libel. The fair-mindedness of the judge was conspicuous from first to last, and was worthy of the high traditions of ...
— Oscar Wilde, Volume 1 (of 2) - His Life and Confessions • Frank Harris



Words linked to "Fair-mindedness" :   candor, fairness, impartiality, unfairness, candour, fair-minded, nonpartisanship



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