large-heartedness

[ lahrj-hahr-tid ]
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But there is a large-heartedness at home that never forgets us.

Most striking of all is her large-heartedness and admiration of all the good people who disagree with her.

On removal days miserable distinctions of class are invariably lost in the large-heartedness of mutual endeavour.

Yet a weakness was stealing over him, that weakness which is proportionate usually to the large-heartedness of the individual.

Naturally unassuming and unambitious, his character is as irreproachable as his large-heartedness is conspicuous.

We hear a great deal now-a-days about narrow-mindedness on the one hand, and large-heartedness on the other.

Men may sanction evil, and call it liberality and large-heartedness so to do; but the house of God must keep itself pure.

It is the great genius and large-heartedness of Chaucer that enables us to see the mixed good and evil.

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