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latitudinarian (adj.)

1660s, "characterized by broad-mindedness," especially in reference to 17c. Episcopal clergymen indifferent to doctrinal details; a pseudo-Latin construction from latitude in its meaning "freedom from narrow restrictions" (c. 1600) + ending as in sectarian, etc. Also as a noun from 1660s. Related: Latitudinarianism "liberality of opinion in religion" (1670s); earlier in that sense was latitudinism (1660s).

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Definitions of latitudinarian from WordNet

latitudinarian (n.)
a person who is broad-minded and tolerant (especially in standards of religious belief and conduct);
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