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  • n. The quality of being kindhearted.


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  • And I had experienced the most dramatic example yet of the kindheartedness that is a prized feature of traditional Costa Rican culture.

    Mark Klempner: Roadside assistance Costa Rican-style

  • True joy and kindheartedness provide purer beauty and happiness than we could ever buy.

    Awakening Kindness

  • By 1910, owing to his generosity and kindheartedness, he was a very poor man.


  • However, his kindheartedness led to his being swindled by untrustworthy auditors and other dishonest clients, so that he gradually lost his fortune, left the bank and removed to Cologne, where he established his own banking house.

    Helene Simon.

  • My first impression of Michael was his kindheartedness and his gentle ways.

    Making Room for Mr. Right

  • But then the kindheartedness that defines the Midwest started peeking out from every corner and I was saved by my city.

    Leslie Goldman: Flat tire? Chicagoans to the rescue!

  • If we edify praise, as well as unity and peace, our offspring will practice kindheartedness.

    What Pulls Us Apart

  • They wept for their friendship, their kindheartedness and the unfortunate need for lifelong friends to soil their hands with anything as sordid as money, and they wept also for their lost youth … But the tears of both women were sweet …

    Found in Translation?

  • Fanny, in her pity and kindheartedness, was at great pains to teach him how to learn, giving him all the helps and directions in her power, trying to make an artificial memory for him, and learning every word of his part herself, but without his being much the forwarder.

    Mansfield Park

  • Aunt Juley, with her well-known kindheartedness, hastened to set people at their ease again.

    The Man of Property


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