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

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Your proposal is kind and well intentioned, but I cannot accept it.
IN THE ROAR OF THE SEASABINE BARING-GOULD
This unexpected appreciation caused Vital to color painfully, well intentioned though he knew the applause to be.
A LOVER IN HOMESPUNF. CLIFFORD SMITH
An unskilful person, no matter how well intentioned, may sometimes do incalculable damage.
But from an honest, well intentioned frenzy of justice outraged to any pretext is an easy step.
THE BISHOP OF COTTONTOWNJOHN TROTWOOD MOORE
Such weapons were not to be put into the hands of men—any men—no matter how well intentioned.
THE DEFIANT AGENTSANDRE ALICE NORTON
O'Naka was equally ignorant, though she was well intentioned.
Others, well intentioned but with extreme purist ideas and unwise methods, occasionally volunteer their services.
You observe, that the heads of some well intentioned, though visionary Americans, run much upon a truce.
This girl, well intentioned and well brought up, but feeble in health, ought never to have drifted to such a place.
I merely wanted to indicate clearly how futile had been past attempts—most of them well intentioned—to solve the Jewish Question.
THE JEWISH STATETHEODOR HERZL