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“There are some kindly-hearted, soft-minded parents, in whose estimation not to have fallen into disgrace shows the highest merit on the part of their children.”
“Unfortunately for me the lord, though a scapegrace, spends his money freely and is a hospitable kindly-hearted honest fellow; whereas the injured victim has turned out to be a wretched scoundrel.”
“He is a kindly-hearted gentleman, said Obadiah, as ever lived. —”
“Days went by without anyone visiting them, and when at last one kindly-hearted farmer came to make enquiries, he found to his horror that both husband and wife lay dead, side by side, in their miserable cabin.”
“Flanking it on either side were portraits of the original founders of this historical institution in 1692 -- Charles II (The Merry Monarch) and his kindly-hearted "light o 'love" Sweet Nell Gwynn of Old Drury.”
“In spite of being a kindly-hearted soul at bottom, she was really, I believe, the most morbid and melancholic person that ever breathed, -- at least, in my experience.”
“The first man, who was the chief mate, walked leaning heavily on the arm of the kindly-hearted harbour-master, Captain Braine.”
“The cliverest lad of his hands and the best of his feet for twenty mile around -- as full o 'pluck as a tarrier an' as kindly-hearted as a wench.”
“His wife and he took all the pretty drives in their cabriolet, but later he took to the saddle for the out-of-field paths, where pleasant salutations were exchanged with kindly-hearted peasants.”
“The brakeman and a kindly-hearted fellow passenger helped the Flopper into the train -- and thereafter for an hour or more, in a first class coach, the Flopper held undisputed sway.”
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