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See also: open-heartedly



openhearted +‎ -ly


openheartedly (comparative more openheartedly, superlative most openheartedly)

  1. Alternative form of open-heartedly
    • 2011, Matt Fitzgerald, Iron War: Two Incredible Athletes. One Epic Rivalry. The Greatest Race of All Time, →ISBN:
      What they saw was a man who was completely unselfconscious, totally absorbed in the moment, singing and praying openheartedly and showing every sign of existing in a state of real connection with the mysterious spirits everyone present was supposed to be connecting with.
    • 2005, Orrin Michael Carpenter, The Fading of the Scars, →ISBN, page 391:
      To reveal her willingness to assist him in his efforts, she openheartedly added, "I'll be there for you, Dwight, in whatever way I can."
    • 1992, Joseph Runzo, Ethics, Religion, and the Good Society: New Directions in a Pluralistic World, →ISBN, page 170:
      A truly open dialogue, in which one openheartedly considers the beliefs of another, can only result in the mutual destruction of these beliefs, which is not necessarily a bad thing as they are the cause of so much trouble.