great-heartedness

[ greyt-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF great-heartedness
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Though an Irishman he lacked the great-heartedness of his countrymen.

I never meant to pull you into this—I'll not let you be dragged into it by your own great-heartedness.

Honor and health and wealth and great-heartedness are to be found in the soil.

By this sketch hangs a tale of Mr. Sargent's great-heartedness.

He was a man renowned for his wealth, as well as for great-heartedness.

But he had not imagined the proud lord's great-heartedness would go so far as to trust him with the guardianship of the boy.

You that are all great-heartedness and generosity, do that one more generous thing?

When Hamilton saw the great-heartedness of the people, whom he came to crush, he wept.

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