Adjective "fair-minded" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/fɛːˈmʌɪndɪd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Impartial in judgement; just.
  1. 'He said the union did deal with fair-minded employers, but the results of the survey were not in line with his experiences.'
  2. 'Thus far it seems to me that no fair-minded person could properly object.'
  3. 'The portraits he constructs of the four principals are fair-minded and surprisingly thorough for such a brief work.'
  4. 'Edelman is so judicious and fair-minded, he seems born to be a judge.'
  5. 'At the very least, I can say that the article is quite calm, fair-minded, and thoughtful.'
  6. 'Allyson is bright and fair-minded, and I would expect her to be a good judge.'
  7. 'And it undermines our international reputation as a fair-minded nation.'
  8. 'Since starting this blog last summer I have endeavoured to be a fair-minded commentator on British politics, among other subjects.'
  9. 'I'd also like to take this opportunity to thank Mike for his fair-minded approach to bloggers from all sides of the political spectrum.'
  10. 'He appears in his work to be a literate and fair-minded person.'

Definitions

adjective

1. characterized by fair judgment; impartial; unprejudiced: a wise and fair-minded judge.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be fair-minded."

"juries can be fair-minded."

"fellows can be fair-minded."

"employers can be fair-minded."

"views can be fair-minded."

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