kindheartedness[ kahynd-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF kindheartedness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KINDHEARTEDNESS
With kindheartedness you must look upon friends, who are kind-hearted towards you.
I could show hundreds of instances of kindheartedness to all persons, irrespective of race.
But, however reserved he may appear in his letters, evidences are not wanting testifying to his kindheartedness and generosity.
She added, that he was always good-natured to poor folks, and seemed to have a deal of feeling and kindheartedness about him.
This personality seems to have the clairvoyant perspicacity and the kindheartedness of the man I knew.
Fortunately Marie found in a young Englishwoman a treasure of knowledge, intelligence, and kindheartedness.
But how about the virtues that you don't get fined for not having—truthfulness, unselfishness, kindheartedness and all those?
Rover is a most feeling, sweet dispositioned dog—one instance of his affection and kindheartedness I cannot omit.
We never carried wine before, but this was precious as an expression of kindheartedness on the part of the donors.
This testimony as to Smith's kindheartedness I found to be often repeated in the annals of Mormon families.