Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a kind heart; of mild disposition; kind.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having a kind or gentle disposition.
““My poor, gentle-hearted lassie,” Margery murmured as she rocked back and forth.”
“There are a few that seem harmless, like the gentle-hearted Ira (with Forest Whitaker lending his voice for the role) and the even-tempered Douglas (reuniting Chris Cooper with Jonze 7 years after ADAPTATION).”
“That is a very gentle-hearted green smoking jacket, made from scratch in just a few days by the astonishingly awesome cluegirl who bears a startling resemblance to intelligentrix !”
“All three stories failed to include mention of the remarkable fact of which Hillary herself had been immediately aware: that on Tuesday, January 8, 2008, that steely, gentle-hearted woman had become the first in the history of the United States of America to win a presidential primary.”
“I knew from the beginning that Sam would need a very strong, yet gentle-hearted man.”
“Nearly his entire adult life has been devoted to serving the Communist Party -- a career to which the gentle-hearted have rarely gravitated.”
“Yes, there's a big, strong warrior, but she's a gentle-hearted half-orc with a big voice.”
“Our gentle-hearted Captain felt a guilty shock as he looked at her.”
“‘Black – Eyed Susan’ followed, at which sweet story our gentle-hearted friends were exceedingly charmed and affected: and in which Susan, with a russet gown and a pink ribbon in her cap, looked to the full as lovely as Ophelia.”
“These expostulations did not even respect the beauteous, the accomplished, the gentle-hearted, the orphan Monimia.”
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