liberal-minded

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liberal-minded

or

liberally-minded

adj
espousing liberal views and policies
Translations

liberal-minded

[ˈlɪbərəlˈmaɪndɪd] ADJtolerante, liberal

liberal-minded

[ˌlɪbrlˈmaɪndɪd] adjtollerante
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His repressive regime forced many Haitians who opposed him into exile and Mills eloquently describes the harsh realities faced by liberally-minded intellectuals and artists, many of whom arrived in Quebec and began to contribute to the transformation of Quebec society that was taking place in the 1960s.
Also, many liberally-minded law officers realise the so-called war on drugs can never be won and issue warnings rather than prosecuting those who they find with drugs which are clearly for personal use.
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These women tend to be liberally-minded and inclined to vote for a female Democrat.
Yes: St Valentine's final resting place is just off the Hagley Road, a skip and a jump from the locale's liberally-minded massage practitioners.
The answer is quite simple: the education of a multilingual, tolerant, curious, and liberally-minded European.
National interests," whether those of America or its allies, have derailed many of the nation's most liberally-minded efforts in the region, as with Woodrow Wilson's call for an independent Kurdistan, or Jimmy Carter's broader pushes for regional peace.
Al's act is all about attacking his own real life background - the liberally-minded Frenchspeaking Oxford-educated middle class son of a railway official.
It is known that some Labour TDs have an open mind on such matters and even some liberally-minded law officers realise the so-called war on drugs can never be won.