tenderhearted

[ ten-der-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF tenderhearted
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Yet Marietta was a right good child and quite too tenderhearted.

But how his words thrilled through the just and tenderhearted Joseph!

And Peter says (1 Pet 3, 8): "Loving as brethren, tenderhearted, humbleminded."

And there's the Tenderhearted Oysterman, he treads like a cat.

Everybody liked him--everybody except the Tenderhearted Oysterman.

"Alice her name is," said the Tenderhearted Oysterman, sneeringly.

The Tenderhearted Oysterman had turned white in the face when Milly spoke.

"But we won't hurt 'em, Flick," said the Tenderhearted Oysterman.

Ben had ort to been the only son of a tenderhearted widow lady of means.

When not unnerved by responsibility the Marshal was tenderhearted to an extreme.

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