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unbigoted

(ʌnˈbɪɡətɪd)
adj
not bigoted; free from bigotry
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unbigoted - not opinionatedunbigoted - not opinionated      
tolerant - showing respect for the rights or opinions or practices of others
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The fact that the female half of the couple who killed 14 care workers in San Bernardino last December was a recent immigrant from Pakistan via Saudi Arabia, and had passed what the US government then considered adequate background checks, alarmed a great many unbigoted Americans.
Finally, in Salinger's last published work, "Hapworth 16, 1924" (1965), the young Seymour Glass (age seven) writes home from summer camp with a long list of requests for reading material including a manual for conversational Italian; "any unbigoted or bigoted books on God or merely religion;" poems; and, most relevant to my subject, the "complete works again of Count Leo Tolstoy, with certain exceptions noted:
I remember thinking that if I had any faith then I'd want it to be like hers, simple, unbigoted and uncluttered.
Over time, as American society as a whole has grown more tolerant--albeit not totally accepting--of homosexuality, (233) opponents of same-sex civil marriage have learned to couch their arguments in positive-sounding, seemingly unbigoted terms, and to decry any "hatred" or intent to "discriminate" against anyone's "lifestyle choices.