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She was remarkably communicative, open and warmhearted, with a propensity towards considerable extravagance of speech.
RECOLLECTIONS OF MY CHILDHOOD AND YOUTHGEORGE BRANDES
She stopped short, because she did not wish the child—so young, so sweet, so warmhearted—to be disillusioned.
ANGEL UNAWARESC. N. WILLIAMSON
Only the joyous and warmhearted Lablache was left of her old comrades to welcome her back to the scene of her old triumphs.
GREAT SINGERS, FIRST SERIESGEORGE T. FERRIS
In 1793 the warmhearted and determined little boy saved a woman's life.
MAIN CURRENTS IN NINETEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE - 1. THE EMIGRANT LITERATUREGEORG BRANDES
Anything of the unusual at once appealed to the warmhearted, impulsive, somewhat eccentric, lady.
MADAME FLIRTCHARLES E. PEARCE
Mrs. H——, whose husband was wealthy, was a generous, warmhearted girl of eighteen.
LIFE IN THE BACKWOODSSUSANNA MOODIE
You are a very quick, warmhearted girl; and such have never too much reason.
PERLYCROSSR. D. BLACKMORE
There she is, as warmhearted, as natural, and as simple—in all that makes the real excellence of simplicity—as when she left home.
THE DODD FAMILY ABROAD, VOL. II.(OF II)CHARLES JAMES LEVER
If we are cross, others are cross; but if we are warmhearted and loving, then people are warmhearted toward us.
FIFTY-TWO STORY TALKS TO BOYS AND GIRLSHOWARD J. CHIDLEY
Here we received a cordial welcome from a hospitable and warmhearted Scotchman.
LETTERS OF A TRAVELLERWILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT
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