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unbelligerent

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agreeable, amiable, amicable, civil, compatible, congenial, cordial, friendly, genial, inoffensive.
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Correct spelling:
open
Definition:
Not shut or inclosed; not close; free for use; public; frank.

Synonyms:

adjective
aboveboard
square, straight from shoulder.
accessible; not forbidden
admissible, agreeable, allowable, approachable, appropriate, attainable, available, employable, fit, general, getable, obtainable, on tap, operative, permitted, practicable, proper, public, reachable, suitable, unconditional, unoccupied, unqualified, unrestricted, usable, vacant, welcoming, Securable, nondiscriminatory, on deck, to be had, within reach, not posted, open-door.
all
open, unfastened.
artless
artless, blunt, broad, callow, candid, direct, downright, frank, genuine, honest, ingenuous, naive, natural, outgoing, overt, plain, sincere, straightforward, trusting, unadorned, unaffected, undisguised, unpretentious, unrestrained, unsophisticated, Plain-spoken, Unartful, Unbeguiling, un-artificial, uncalculating, undeceitful, undeceiving, undeceptive, uncontrived.
borderline
dubitable, unclassifiable.
clear, obvious
apparent, avowed, barefaced, blatant, conspicuous, downright, evident, flagrant, frank, manifest, noticeable, overt, plain, unconcealed, undisguised, visible, well-known.
defenseless
helpless, unguarded, pigeon, hands tied, in line of fire, like a clay pigeon, like a sitting duck, on line, on the line, on the spot, up the creek.
demonstrative
outpouring, profuse, symptomatic, Evincive.
direct
matter-of-fact, person-to-person, matter of fact, pointblank, person to person.
dishonest
corrupt.
dissolute
lascivious, lax, lecherous, sybaritic, wayward, night owl, nighthawk, high living, gone bad, in the fast lane.
equivocal
muzzy, Amphibological, clear as mud, unexplicit, with mixed feelings.
flagrant
egregious, heinous, ostentatious, shameless, bare-faced, flagitous, grody, stick out like sore thumb.
free
independent, on the loose, freest, free-wheeling, at liberty, freewheeling, off the hook, on one's own, unengaged, unhampered, unrestricted, untrammeled, at large, free spirited, free-spirited, on own.
friendly
approachable.
good-humored
easy.
helpless
prostrate.
honest, objective
artless, candid, disinterested, fair, guileless, impartial, ingenuous, innocent, mellow, natural, objective, open-and-shut, openhearted, receptive, sincere, straightforward, transparent, unbiased, uncommitted, unprejudiced, unreserved, Undissembled, on the level, lay it on the line, up-front, talking turkey.
impressionable
suggestible, waxlike, sensile, wax-like.
informative
communicative.
innocent
unfamiliar, innoxious, offenseless, uncool, unmalicious, unsuspicious, well-intentioned, well-meant, wide-eyed, Hurtless, Unhurtful, Uninjurious, inobnoxious, wellmeant.
intelligible
apprehensible, graspable.
lacy
gossamer, frilly, lacelike, Meshy.
manifest
Told.
naked
stark naked, stark-naked, in dishabille, in the altogether, in the buff, in the raw, leafless, undraped, without a stitch, unexaggerated, bare-skinned, bareskinned, in birthday suit.
navigable
navigable.
on the fence
in the middle, of two minds, betwixt and between, not sure, hemming and hawing, running hot and cold, not definite.
open
accessible, agape, ajar, bare, exposed, gaping, manifest, patent, unbarred, unbolted, uncapped, uncovered, unimpeded, unlocked, unobstructed, unstopped, yawning, Admitting, Unclosed, unplugged, out.
open-ended
not restrained.
opened
unlocked.
optional
non-compulsory, discretional, noncompulsory, not required, no strings attached, up to the individual.
outward
from within, toward the edge, to the eye, on the surface, the eye.
plainspoken
plainspoken, Plain-spoken, man-to-man.
reliable
trustworthy.
responsive
softhearted, reactive.
simple
artless.
straight-out
straight out.
susceptible
apt, fall for, liable, likely, prone, responsible, sitting duck, susceptible, vulnerable, non-resistant, nonresistant, be taken in, easily moved, tumble for.
talkative
expansive.
transparent
easily seen.
truthful
truth-telling.
unanswered
unchallenged, unquestioned, Unrefuted, in doubt.
unarmed
unshielded, weaponless.
undecided
ambiguous, arguable, controversial, debatable, doubtful, dubious, dubitable, equivocal, in question, indecisive, moot, problematic, questionable, uncertain, unresolved, unsettled, up in the air, up for discussion, yet to be decided.
unfastened, unclosed
accessible, agape, airy, ajar, bare, clear, cleared, dehiscent, disclosed, emptied, expanded, expansive, exposed, extended, extensive, free, gaping, navigable, passable, patent, peeled, removed, rent, revealed, rolling, spacious, stripped, susceptible, unbarred, unbolted, unburdened, uncluttered, uncovered, unfolded, unimpeded, unlocked, unobstructed, unsealed, unstopped, wide, yawning, Patulous, Ringent, Unshut, Vacated, unplugged, unblocked, unfurled, naked, made passable, spread out.
uninhibited
unsuppressed, uncurbed, unrepressed, unselfconscious, unself-conscious.
unprotected
unprotected, Pregnable, in the line of fire.
unvarnished
pure and simple, for real.
up in the air
inconclusive.
veracious
veracious, veridical, high-principled, undeceptive.
visible
in sight, in view, seeable, viewable, be seen, not hidden, to be seen.
adverb
amazed
agape.
noun
cognition
open, surface.
event
open.
location
clear, open.
obvious
apparent, obvious, well-known.
open air
alfresco, open-air, great outdoors.
outdoors
out of doors, FRESH AIR, patios, bucolic surroundings, green earth, out-of-doors.
verb
appealing
inviting.
begin
bow, commence, convene, embark, inaugurate, initiate, jump, kick off, launch, meet, set in motion, sit, start, ring in, begin business, get things rolling, set up shop, start the ball rolling, raise the curtain.
clear, expose; spread
break out, broach, burst, come apart, disclose, display, disrupt, expand, fissure, gap, gape, jimmy, kick in, lacerate, lance, penetrate, perforate, pierce, pop, puncture, release, reveal, rupture, separate, sever, slit, slot, split, tap, unbar, unblock, unbolt, unclothe, uncork, uncover, undo, unfasten, unfold, unfurl, unlock, unroll, unseal, untie, unwrap, vent, ventilate, yawn, yawp, Unclose, Unlatch, Unstop, break in, crack, hole, bust in, throw wide.
closed
tight.
competition
open.
contact
open, open up.
open
disclose, expose, release, reveal, uncork, undo, unlock, unplug, unseal.
perception
open.
social
open, open up.
stative
open.
supposed
hypothetical.
Examples of usage:
  1. So the door is open, is it? – The Story of a Stuffed Elephant by Laura Lee Hope
  2. Uarda, open your eyes, Uarda! – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  3. Will I open it, sir? – Some Experiences of an Irish R.M. by E. OE. Somerville Martin Ross
  4. Colonel Hamilton arrived in due time, however, and was received with open arms. – Lily Pearl and The Mistress of Rosedale by Ida Glenwood

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