open-hearted

  • 1 open-hearted — open heartedly, adv. open heartedness, n. /oh peuhn hahr tid/, adj. 1. unreserved, candid, or frank: open hearted advice. 2. kindly; benevolent: an open hearted gift to charity. [1605 15] * * * …

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  • 2 open-hearted — open heartedly, adv. open heartedness, n. /oh peuhn hahr tid/, adj. 1. unreserved, candid, or frank: open hearted advice. 2. kindly; benevolent: an open hearted gift to charity. [1605 15] …

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  • 3 open-hearted — open heart|ed [ˌəupən ˈha:tıd US ˌoupən ˈha:r ] adj kind, sympathetic, and friendly ▪ They gave us an open hearted welcome …

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  • 4 Open-hearted — O pen heart ed, a. Candid; frank; generous. Dryden. {O pen heart ed*ly}, adv. {O pen heart ed*ness}, n. Walton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5 open-hearted — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ unrestrainedly warm and kind …

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  • 6 open-hearted — adj 1. candid, frank, forthright, straightforward, man to man, heart to heart; honest, sincere, ingenuous, guileless, naive, simple, innocent, genuine, natural; unreserved, unrestrained, unconstrained, unreticent, demonstrative, emotional, free… …

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  • 7 open-hearted — /ˈoʊpən hatəd/ (say ohpuhn hahtuhd) adjective 1. unreserved, candid, or frank. 2. kindly. –open heartedly, adverb –open heartedness, noun …

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  • 8 open hearted — loving, caring; open, honest …

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  • 9 open-hearted — adjective unrestrainedly warm and kindly. Derivatives open heartedness noun …

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  • 10 open-hearted — a. Candid, frank, artless, guileless, open, sincere, ingenuous, honest, generous …

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  • 11 open-hearted — adjective a) frank and candidly straightforward b) generous and kind …

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  • 12 open-hearted — adjective kind and sympathetic …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 13 open-hearted — o′pen heart′ed adj. 1) candid or frank 2) kindly; benevolent • Etymology: 1605–15 o′pen heart′ed•ly, adv. o′pen heart′ed•ness, n …

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  • 14 Open-heartedly — Open hearted O pen heart ed, a. Candid; frank; generous. Dryden. {O pen heart ed*ly}, adv. {O pen heart ed*ness}, n. Walton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 15 Open-heartedness — Open hearted O pen heart ed, a. Candid; frank; generous. Dryden. {O pen heart ed*ly}, adv. {O pen heart ed*ness}, n. Walton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 16 open — adj., v., & n. adj. 1 not closed or locked or blocked up; allowing entrance or passage or access. 2 a (of a room, field, or other area) having its door or gate in a position allowing access, or part of its confining boundary removed. b (of a… …

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  • 17 open — adj 1. unclosed, unshut, wide open, agape, gaping, yawning, patulous, ringent, dehiscent; (of a door) unlocked, unbolted, unlatched, ajar, sprung, jimmied; (of a window) raised, up; (of a drawer) pulled out, sticking out, protruding; (of a box)… …

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  • 18 open — I. v. a. 1. Unclose, lay open, make open, render free of access. 2. Spread, expand. 3. Exhibit, explain, interpret. 4. Begin, commence, enter upon, initiate. 5. Show, bring to knowledge. 6. Reveal, disclose. 7. Make liberal, libe …

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  • 19 open — Synonyms and related words: Spartan, abandoned, aboveboard, absolute, accented, acceptable, accessible, activate, admissible, admissive, admissory, adumbrate, advertise, affirmed, afford, agape, agreeable, air, ajar, aloof, altruistic, alveolar,… …

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  • 20 open-handed — adj generous, liberal, free handed, bounteous, bountiful, munificent, prodigal, giving, unstinting, unselfish; charitable, eleemosynary, humanitarian, philanthropic, altruistic; benevolent, beneficent, free hearted, magnanimous, big hearted,… …

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