truehearted

[ troo-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF truehearted
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"I will go in and see her," said the lighthearted but truehearted woman.

If you are truehearted, you will see things you will not easily forget.

Touching is the shame felt by these truehearted youths owing to the attitude of their country at the outset of the war.

Could you really hold me to be blameless, and do you think that truehearted women act usually so?

Under a truehearted leader they would doubtless have stood their ground.