good-hearted

[ goo d-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF good-hearted

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOOD-HEARTED

“Thou art a good-hearted lad,” said the alderman with a hand on his shoulder.

She is large, of what is known as a full complexion, good-hearted and energetic.

I was very fond of him, you see, for I could tell that he was a good-hearted fellow.

I found the magistrate to be a polite and good-hearted gentleman.

I am sure you are the most good-hearted of men as well as the firmest.

Good-hearted people as far as they go, but lacking in constitution.

His Grace began to think the Baron as good-hearted as agreeable.

Shadrack was profane and reckless, but good-hearted and merry.

It held at this time about forty men, all trusty, good-hearted fellows.

By most people he was called a good-hearted, benevolent person.

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