By nature she was not tender hearted, but now she did sympathise with him.
And still the Managers think that they are "too tender hearted."
I am a weak, a tender hearted man, and must weep when I am scoffed at.
"I would give a whole month's wages if I could," said the tender hearted engineer.
If that's the case with hard-hearted things, like oak and iron, what is it with tender hearted things like humans?
The tender hearted captain sympathized with the boy, but said he did not know what he could do with such a little fellow.
Be ever kind, tender hearted, and forgiving, even as you hope to obtain forgiveness from the God of all grace.
Let the tender hearted mother draw her own inferences—man cannot know what I then suffered.
They spare neither old age nor infirmity, neither women nor children, and are tender hearted only to renegades and apostates.
If any one would understand what the Curse of all tender hearted Women is, Belmour will inform him.