What is another word for open?

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Not closed or fastened
“We were not far from the wall now, and my eyes were fastened upon the open gate.”
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Being fully accessible and obtainable with little regard to restrictions
“We usually have at least one printer open for use by staff at any particular time.”
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Not concealed
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“We can see his influence in the works of Van Gogh, Cezanne and Matisse, who was open in his admiration.”
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Awaiting decision or settlement
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“Whether or not we blame individual managers or individuals I think is open for debate.”
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Honest and frank
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“The challenge is to convince the industry to be more open about their experiments.”
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Susceptible to being attacked or compromised
“He criticized the system for being open to abuse.”
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Not clogged up
“It's crucial that we clean our pipes out regularly to keep them open at all times.”
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(of space) Unenclosed or not built-up
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“She was fascinated by the country's wide open spaces and vast grassy plains.”
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Extended, expanded, or unfolded
“There are several flowers already open on the Japanese quince.”
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Open for business
“Our little family restaurant has been open for the best part of a dozen years.”
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Receptive to ideas or opinions
“I'm open to any suggestions on alternative revenue streams.”
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With no restrictions on those allowed to participate
“The concert was an open event where anyone and everyone could attend.”
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Inclined to be generous or to share in abundance
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“The public's open and generous response to the appeal was heartwarming.”
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(of clothing) Not closed or fastened
“He was dressed simply, in black breeches and a white shirt that was open at the neck.”
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Unobstructed by buildings or trees
“The council used several tonnes of grit in a bid to keep the main roads open.”
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Being in an impartial state
“We are keeping an open mind as to the course of action we should be taking.”
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Not covered
“He quickly grabbed some bandages to cover his open wound.”
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Approachable in demeanor
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“I wouldn't say he was an open man. He was a serious man and was rightly seen as such.”
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Having spaces or gaps
“This type of pizza base has a distinctive crisp crust and open texture.”
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Lacking any form of defense
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Not limited or restricted
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Having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature
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Friendly, open, and talkative
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Exposed and barren
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Allowing the circulation of air
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Open or liberal-minded
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Able to be easily modified to respond to altered circumstances
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Left to personal choice
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With all parts included
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Able to be navigated through or traveled on
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Of having a good-natured or casual personality
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Making or characterized by a noisy outcry
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Made of lace or decorated with it
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Openly acknowledged
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Talking easily and at length
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Naive or innocent as a child would be
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Likely or liable to suffer from, do, or experience something unpleasant or regrettable
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Not physically fixed or attached
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Splayed-out
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Externally drained
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Public domain
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Having a scalp wholly or partly lacking hair
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In full bloom
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Being fully accessible and obtainable with little regard to restrictions
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Offering the promise of an attractive or enjoyable experience
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Able to be utilized
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Of or stained with blood
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Characterized by a disregard for rules or conventions
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Displaying logic and common sense
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Relating to or containing several cultural or ethnic groups within a society
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Depraved, perverted or extremely wrong in a moral sense
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Of or full of expression
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Having a covert or obscure meaning
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Conducive to or characterized by moral well-being
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Having or showing a willingness to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain
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Ready, eager, or prepared to do something
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Relating to or supporting democracy or its principles
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Showing approval of or favour towards an idea or action
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Completely overcome or helpless, especially with distress or exhaustion
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Still to be paid
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Not strict or exact