kindly-hearted love


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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.

    Castle Richmond

  • 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.

    The American Senator

  • He is a kindly-hearted gentleman, said Obadiah, as ever lived. —

    The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

  • 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.

    Chinese Folk-Lore Tales

  • 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.

    The Luck of the Mounted A Tale of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police

  • 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.

    She and I, Volume 1

  • The first man, who was the chief mate, walked leaning heavily on the arm of the kindly-hearted harbour-master, Captain Braine.

    Heroes of the Goodwin Sands

  • 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.

    Aunt Rachel

  • 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.

    James Fenimore Cooper

  • 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.

    The Miracle Man


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