soft-heartedness

[ sawft-hahr-tid, soft- ]

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Perhaps you were only laughing when you wrote me, and are now laughing at me and my soft-heartedness.

Then he stamped on the floor, vexed at his own soft-heartedness.

Mebbe he ain't a fool, but he's as good as one for soft-heartedness.

With all his soft-heartedness and good-nature, Savka despised women.

Inside it was all cream and soft-heartedness and sherry flavouring, and it melted over on to the crisp cloth.

This morning I would have refused your proposal: tonight I accept it; for I have done with soft-heartedness.

When he was editor of the "Cornhill Magazine," this soft-heartedness was a great drawback to him.

The two curses of John Egerton's composition were his shyness and his soft-heartedness.

Of course I rowed him well, but I soon found I had the infection—a bad fit of soft-heartedness came over me.'

Jim looked at Aunt Zélie appealingly, half afraid the boys would laugh at his soft-heartedness.

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