big-hearted

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIG-HEARTED

There was something sweet and amiable and big-hearted, and even almost great, in him.

The big-hearted brother could afford indulgence where only he himself was concerned.

Like all French mayors of my experience, he was a courteous, big-hearted gentleman.

"With our hats in our hands," said the big-hearted master mechanic.

You are so big-hearted, so human; you will understand, you can forgive.

And with the big-hearted woman's laugh ends the first part of this history.

With grandchildren of his own he was just a big-hearted old man.

A great, big-hearted, genial soul was lovable John McCullough!

They were big-hearted, generous fellows, who followed their own way as they saw it.

She is a bit rough, maybe, but a big-hearted woman, and despises Hawley.

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