good-heartedly love


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  • adverb Alternative spelling of goodheartedly.


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  • It would be good-heartedly human of you, sugarman, if you could muster a little bit of humility when you address the thoughts, views and experiences of other humans, instead of dismissing what someone else thinks or how they view something which is based upon their own particular life, experiences and knowledge - you are not in the shoes of another.

    MIND MELD: Taboo Topics in SF/F Literature

  • And his father, “he just took it good-heartedly,” Clem says tremulously.


  • "Double Wide Trailer" is a love story that good-heartedly pokes some fun at southern country stereotypes.

    Amy Speace and the Tearjerks/Swamp Cabbage at the Goldhawk Lounge, Hoboken NJ, January 19, 2006

  • Have you whipped that Stacie magic on him yet? she teased good-heartedly.

    Crazy Love

  • Then Karen, who had good-heartedly assumed as a personal mission the responsibility of making my Mississippi sojourn as pleasant as possible, came up with the idea of having me take over the Carroll County beat, which no reporter had covered for years—anything, she figured, to get me out of the newsroom and back into the world.

    Confederacy of Silence

  • Grandma consistently teaches Joe how not to act good-heartedly.

    You’re a Better Parent Than You Think!

  • When you characterize Joe as good-hearted, you are really saying that Joe acts good-heartedly most of the time.

    You’re a Better Parent Than You Think!

  • The quarrel was calmed at once, and the Bonapartes good-heartedly ran to the rescue.

    The Rose of Old St. Louis

  • "Nary a bit, Cholly," he replied good-heartedly to this tentative question of mine; "glad to hev ye along o 'me, seeing as how we both hev ben a-prospectin' the line o 'country already."

    The Island Treasure

  • All Millsborough, indeed, was in the streets to look at the procession, and the crowd was swelled by scores of cadets from a neighbouring camp, who were good-heartedly keeping the route, and giving a military air to the show.



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