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high-heartedness

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  • Felix makes a sad contrast with the high-heartedness which the other characters, most of them, display.

    Classic French Course in English

  • It would be the high-heartedness of men and women which would bring sanity and serenity to a troubled world.

    The Trumpeter Swan

  • Then remembering Mazurier, and thinking of her strength of faith, and her high-heartedness, he was eager that Jacqueline should appoint their marriage-day.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 35, September, 1860

  • It was the high-heartedness of people which had won the war.

    The Trumpeter Swan

  • He will live all his life close to boys whom, when he once gets to know them, he will find to have a freshness and high-heartedness which will be a constant source of hope and inspiration; he will have the joy of watching their minds develop, and of feeling that it is due in some measure to him that they are growing into makers of happiness for themselves and the world.

    The School and the World

  • Daily I bring into this world the beauty and innocence and high-heartedness and faith of children: but life has no employment, or else life has no sustenance, for these fine things which I bring daily, for always I, returning, find the human usages of living have extinguished these excellences in those who yesterday were children, and that these virtues exist in no aged person.

    Figures of Earth

  • As Byng looked at her, it seemed to him that sweet honesty and high-heartedness had never had so fine a setting; that never had there been in the world such an epitome of talent, beauty and sincerity.

    The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker

  • As Byng looked at her, it seemed to him that sweet honesty and high-heartedness had never had so fine a setting; that never had there been in the world such an epitome of talent, beauty and sincerity.

    The Judgment House

  • I walked along the street exalting her to viewless pinnacles of high-heartedness.

    Simon the Jester

  • This person had acquired, under the training of the Jesuits, among whom his youth was passed, activity, enthusiasm, firmness of character, and high-heartedness -- qualities which that celebrated confraternity knew so well to discern and cultivate in promising natures committed to their care.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 12

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