21 Mar 07:56 AM

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"She is a very pure and open-minded person."
→ I'm aware that this remark can also be interpreted that she is a virgin and open to sex. lol I'm also aware that you don't really use "pure" to people, but foods most of the time. My question here is, is it better to change "pure" into "innocent" or "wholesome"? because I'm NOT trying to say she is a virgin? XD Of course, this statement is interpreted in a different way depending on the context, but as to "open-minded" here, it's the opposite of "closed-minded". Thus, is "open-minded" fine as it is in this context? How would you rephrase it?

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