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Synonyms Dictionary

doubtful, dubious; experimental, indefinite, uncertain, undemonstrated, unproven, unconfirmed.

13. open-minded, receptive, amenable; broadminded, unprejudiced. See - open-minded (defs. 1, 2).

14. Usu.

open to liable, prone, disposed, predisposed, tending, leaning, inclined; subject, susceptible, pregnable, defenseless against, vulnerable.

15. manifest, overt, evident, obvious, apparent, visible, in plain view or sight, noticeable, conspicuous, out in the open, unhidden, unconcealed, undisguised; express, avowed, advertised, published, broadcast; palpable, patent, clear, plain, transparent, sheer, outright, downright, out-and-out, unmitigated; blatant, flagrant, glaring, egregious, barefaced, baldfaced, flaunting, brazen, shameless, arrant.

16. unreserved, heart-to-heart; candid, sincere. See - open-hearted (defs. 1, 2).

17. generous, liberal, charitable. See - open-handed. -v. 18. (of a door) unlock, unbolt, unlatch, throw open, spring, jimmy; (of a window) raise, lift, throw up; (of a drawer) pull out; (of a box) take off the top, uncase, unseal; (of a package) unwrap, undo; (of a tap) uncork, unstop, tap, broach, turn on; break into, blast through, cut into or through, lance, incise, cut open, cleave; dilate, distend, become open, dehisce, burst forth, come apart, split, crack.

19. unblock, unobstruct, unstop, unclog, flush out, rout out, clear out; purge, clean out, cleanse, defecate; make clear, free up, let flow.

20. give access to, open to access or passage, make accessible or available; reopen, unclose; reexamine, re-inspect, take another look at.

21. uncover, unveil, unshroud, uncurtain, unmask, expose, bare, lay bare; present, expose to view, exhibit, display, show; disclose, reveal, bring to light, bring out, show up, make manifest or evident; divulge, unbosom, spill, come out with, let drop or fall, blurt or let pour out, communicate or tell about; make known, let [s.t.] be known, release, announce, advertise, publish, air, broadcast, proclaim, Archaic, divulgate.

22. enlighten, broaden [s.o.'s] horizons, open [s.o.'s] eyes, make [s.o.] see the light; edify, acquaint with, familiarize with, apprise or inform of, introduce to; explain, expound upon, interpret, describe, illustrate; clarify, elucidate, make plain, spell out, decipher, decode.

23. unfold, unbend, unwind, unfurl, unroll, uncoil, (both of hands) unclutch, unclench, (all of flowers) blossom, bloom, flower; extend, spread out, (of a book) turn to a page.

24. expand, widen, enlarge, broaden, move out or apart; separate, set at intervals, space out, put space between, part, split up.

25. open for business, begin business, set up shop, receive business, hang out one's shingle; establish, institute, set up, organize; found, lay the first stone or foundation for, originate, bring into being, create, be a charter member of; pioneer, make the way for, blaze a trail for, break ground for.

26. Sometimes

open for begin, start, initiate, ring in, inaugurate, launch, get [s.t.] off the ground, set [s.t.] in operation; commence, enter upon, embark upon, get going in; lead off, take the first step, take the initiative, go first, break the ice, take the plunge, get the ball rolling.

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open onto border on, abut on, adjoin, connect with, be connected or joined with; lead or take [s.o.] to give access to, be a passage or way to, afford entrance to, be an opening or door or portal to.

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