warmhearted[ wawrm-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF warmhearted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WARMHEARTED
He is so kind, so warmhearted; he makes one feel warmed and rested.
She is warmhearted, generous to a fault, and as silly as they make them.
"Do just as you please, Charley," said the warmhearted hunter.
You are a very quick, warmhearted girl; and such have never too much reason.
He was a warmhearted, loving, and generous man, though of fiery passion.
The warmhearted youth could not bear to see him sorrowful, and without Eva there was no longer joy or happiness.
She was old-fashioned, yet full of modern impulses and tendencies; warmhearted and impulsive, but rich in homely common-sense.
He was honour's own, and warmhearted Patrick talked of him as a friend whose heart was, his friend's.
One was due to the warmhearted and noble being who honoured me with her interest and affection,—the other to you.
For she was infinitely touched and attracted by that warmhearted letter, and could not bear to meet it with a refusal.