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“The Big Leap” is clear-eyed but also kindhearted, a conduit of the greater grace we now extend to those fighting obsolescence, as well as, perhaps, a nation convinced of its decline, yet clinging to hope that better days are ahead.

I acquainted myself with these historical coordinates while helping Henry Dijon, a kindhearted archaeologist from Mars, investigate the mysterious disappearance of his boss who was abducted while leading an excavation in a cave on the planet Earth.

Officer Leath was a loving mother, a kindhearted woman, and a well-respected officer who served her community selflessly.

Solis instead reconfirmed his reputation for being kindhearted.

Theodore Twombly (Phoenix) plays a kindhearted romantic still reeling from being dumped by his wife (Rooney Mara).

Which makes the engaging and kindhearted Chummy all the more remarkable and original.

He is not only a good sport, he is a good, kindhearted man, and he once sat in on drums with ZZ Top.

Then Suyettar who of course wanted them to think that she was a human, kindhearted girl said, no, she would bathe them.

But no, it was no mistake; and the words of that kindhearted messenger, his compassionate air as he spoke to me and shook my hand.

Kindhearted folk are always shrewd and clever, when it is a question of doing a kind act.

No matter, said the kindhearted Gerval; if the young womans husband or relatives are criminals I will keep her none the less.

He was having good times now; for his boss, George Ealer, was as kindhearted as Brown wasn't.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to kindhearted, such as: considerate, gracious, warmhearted, altruistic, amiable, and amicable.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.