unbigoted

  • 1 unbigoted — index equitable, impartial, judicial, just, liberal (broad minded), neutral, nonpartisan, objective …

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  • 2 unbigoted — adj. * * * …

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  • 3 unbigoted — adjective Not bigoted …

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  • 4 unbigoted — Synonyms and related words: broad, broad gauged, broad minded, catholic, cosmopolitan, ecumenical, ecumenistic, freethinking, latitudinarian, liberal, libertarian, libertine, noninsular, open minded, spacious of mind, tolerant, unfanatical,… …

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  • 5 unbigoted — un·bigoted …

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  • 6 unbigoted — un•big′ot•ed adj …

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  • 7 unbigoted — /ʌnˈbɪgətəd/ (say un biguhtuhd) adjective not bigoted …

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  • 8 unbigoted — adjective not opinionated • Similar to: ↑tolerant …

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  • 9 Jaswant Neki — Dr. Jaswant Singh Neki (also known as ( pa. ਜਸਵੰਤ ਸਿੰਘ) born in village of Murid, District of Jhelum (now in present day Pakistan), on 27th August, 1925) is a leading Sikh Scholar, poet and former Director of PGI, Chandigarh.His father was S.… …

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  • 10 Louis IX — Saint, 1214? 70, king of France 1226 70. * * * or St. Louis born April 25, 1214, Poissy, France died Aug. 25, 1279, near Tunis, Tun.; canonized Aug. 11, 1297; feast day August 25 King of France (1226–70). He inherited the throne at age 12. His… …

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  • 11 open-minded — open mindedly, adv. open mindedness, n. /oh peuhn muyn did/, adj. 1. having or showing a mind receptive to new ideas or arguments. 2. unprejudiced; unbigoted; impartial. [1820 30] * * * …

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  • 12 Clementines — • The name given to the religious romance in two forms as composed by Pope St. Clement I Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Clementines     Clementines      …

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  • 13 equitable — eq·ui·ta·ble / e kwi tə bəl/ adj 1: having or exhibiting equity: dealing fairly and equally shall allocate...appropriations in an equitable manner U.S. Code 2: existing or valid in equity or as a matter of equity as distinguished from law an… …

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  • 14 judicial — ju·di·cial /jü di shəl/ adj [Latin judicialis, from judicium judgment, from judic judex judge, from jus right, law + dicere to determine, say] 1 a: of or relating to a judgment, the function of judging, the administration of justice, or the… …

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  • 15 impartial — im·par·tial /im pär shəl/ adj: not partial or biased: treating or affecting all equally im·par·ti·al·i·ty /im ˌpär shē a lə tē/ n im·par·tial·ly adv Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 16 just — adj [Latin justus lawful, merited, from jus right, law]: conforming to law or to the underlying principles of law: as a: conforming to reason or a standard of correctness just sanctions cannot be excessive in relation to the offense b: conforming …

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  • 17 liberal — I (broad minded) adjective adaptable to change, advanced, emancipated, fair minded, flexible, free thinking, impartial, liberalis, liberated, neutral, nonpartisan, not narrow minded, objective, open, open minded, progressive, receptive, tolerant …

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  • 18 neutral — neu·tral 1 n: one that is neutral; specif: an impartial person used in alternative dispute resolution to help resolve or to determine the matters in dispute neutral 2 adj: not engaged on either side; specif: not aligned with a political or… …

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  • 19 objective — I adjective actual, broad minded, candid, concrete, corporeal, desired, detached, disinterested, dispassionate, equitable, factual, fair, fair minded, impartial, impersonal, judicial, just, material, neutral, nonpartisan, nonsubjective, open… …

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  • 20 judgmatic — I adjective calculating, circumspect, considerate, determinative, discriminating, discriminative, enlightened, fair minded, impartial, judicative, judicatory, judicial, judicious, juridical, juristic, just, magisterial, nonpartisan, percipient,… …

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