But then, the Old Firm was notorious for its impetuosity and also for warm-heartedness.
Nor was it only the warm-heartedness of his English friends which filled him with delight.
This is not the only instance of this inflexible autocrat's warm-heartedness.
He was popular with his companions, for warm-heartedness and magnanimity were prominent in his character.
It is perfectly commonplace; and it is the critic's warm-heartedness which betrays him into these extravagancies of language.
Jacobs warm-heartedness has also survived the chills and shocks of a long lifetime.
Jeanne Tallot was of those who sympathized with her in all warm-heartedness and candor.
And in her warm-heartedness of delight she threw her arms round Miss Valery's neck.
To the evidence of Burns's warm-heartedness supplied by these kindly verses may appropriately be added the Address to the Deil.
For warm-heartedness generally begins at home, and those who are warm to others are warmer to themselves; it is but the overflow.