Thesaurus / warm-hearted

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Gentle and genial, simple and warm-hearted, how full of anxiety must have been his life in the days which followed.

The plantation was in the hands of a warm-hearted Christian gentleman from Massachusetts, Mr. Norton.

The Boys of '61Charles Carleton Coffin.

The kind, warm-hearted Miss Edmond came flying upstairs, and was breathless when she delivered them.

She was warm-hearted, impulsive, and quick to show gratitude.

The Living LinkJames De Mille

Archie is a most warm-hearted, loving, cunning little goose.

Letters to His ChildrenTheodore Roosevelt

He left home a high-spirited, warm-hearted youth, fond of athletic sports, and vigorous in body.

Famous Men of ScienceSarah K. Bolton

Who could be angry with him—impulsive, affectionate, warm-hearted child of the Sun, or Italy—since both are the same.

It is the face of a great orator and a genial, warm-hearted man.

Frank and warm-hearted, he made many friends there among journalists and authors.

The Boy SlavesMayne Reid

The warm-hearted, faithful old man acknowledged that he had written "mainly for the pleasure of writing to me."

The MoonstoneWilkie Collins
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

WORDS RELATED TO WARM-HEARTED

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.