softhearted[ sawft-hahr-tid, soft- ]SEE DEFINITION OF softhearted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SOFTHEARTED
She was not going into this fight soft-handed or softhearted.
As a nation, we may take pride in the fact that we are softhearted; but we cannot afford to be soft-headed.
I am quite aware that there are lots of softhearted people who will say I ought never to have allowed Danjuro to do what he did.
But he shall find out that it was only a child, only a silly, softhearted baby he played with down here.
On the 28th Grey again expressed one of his softhearted propositions for peace.
For active brutality is not popular with Forsytes; they are too circumspect, and, on the whole, too softhearted.
Such an experience as this would just about kill any softhearted person, I should think.