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  • Nay more, when a human lady upraised the contumelious whip against the very dame who had been so cruelly misusing him, my little great-heart gave but one hoarse cry and fell upon the tyrant tooth and nail.

    Memories and Portraits

  • A great-heart, Annie Squires; out of nothing, bound for nowhere.

    The Sagebrusher A Story of the West

  • And now he brought the talk on other matters, and was as kind and friendly as might be, and Osberne deemed it was a great thing for him that he had so won the love of this noble wight and great-heart.

    The Sundering Flood

  • But Medard said: "Wheresoever thou livest or diest thou wilt live and die a great-heart.

    The Sundering Flood


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  • "One Great-heart."

    John Bunyan (1628-1688), Pilgrim's Progress

    September 20, 2009