kindhearted[ kahynd-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF kindhearted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KINDHEARTED
I think I have said before what a kindhearted boy Edmund was.
She had no need to recommend her children to their kindhearted uncle's care.
Fanny was too kindhearted to refuse them bread when they paid for it with songs.
He was kindhearted in his way, and I remember one instance of this.
He is gentle and kindhearted, and it would be painful to him.
You're good, honest and true, you're kindhearted and popular.
"We only asked about moles because we wanted him to be lucky," said kindhearted Betty.
He was having good times now; for his boss, George Ealer, was as kindhearted as Brown wasn't.
I opened and found two guineas in gold, which the kindhearted fellow had given me; perhaps they were his only ones in the world.
But youre so kindhearted, you always allow yourself to be imposed on!