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“Annette looked at first puzzled and doubtful, then suddenly recognized the good taste which had dictated the attire, and exclaimed — “You are right — you are right — it is best to meet him as a free-hearted Swiss maiden.””
“The Town perhaps have been as much obliged to me, for recruiting it with free-hearted Ladies, as to any Recruiting Officer in the Army.”
“The truth, as I came to know afterward, was that a large, free-hearted, and determined man was at the head of every thing.”
“So they took a fancy to him, and, being free-hearted sort of fellows, asked him to keep them company in the drag, and let one of the grooms ride his horse.”
“And how does that honourable, complete, free-hearted gentleman of Athens, thy very bountiful good lord and master?”
“The ever-increasing cost of food with us makes free-hearted hospitality an impossibility, and withers up all those kindly instincts which find expression in housing and feeding both friends and strangers.”
“He breaks loose gladly from the cold formalities and negative civilities of town; throws off his habits of shy reserve, and becomes joyous and free-hearted.”
“I don't see how he stayed in business, but he was mighty free-hearted. [unclear] late hours at night, and he was right across in front of the school.”
“Well, he shall see that country people can be happy and free-hearted, if they have _not_ the city refinements.”
“Kindly and more free-hearted you grow in the sphere of Julia”
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