from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Frank.
- adj. Kindly.
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- adj. frank and candid
- adj. kind and generous
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Just yesterday my friend told me that he has a chance with his 10-year-old grandson to correct all of the mistakes he made with his son, that he had the rest of his life to practice loving this child without expectation or agendas, that he would practice the kind of openhearted love he had felt for his son these past several months.
At the same time, his name has become a byword for the kind of openhearted management style that may in the end be our only advantage over the
Those openhearted qualities are so much more delectable in boys than girls.
The people of La Peñita are friendly, warm and openhearted.
Something of the rhapsodic style of the first set of these Strauss songs, not to mention their symphonic piano accompaniments, released a superabundance of energy within Kaufmann, and we discovered new dimensions in his artistry: a long-winded breath control, his openhearted romantic fervor, a darkish head tone, and a kind of pure ecstasy in his delivery.
His original melodies and adaptations of traditional prayers are generally simple, but when a room of openhearted seekers joins the chorus, that simplicity soars.
She saves a prince by being openhearted, seeing past appearances and choosing substance over flash.
Using an interactive conference call model, Devaa and Elayne alternate leading the sessions and present their work in the most seamless and openhearted manner.
My personal revolution of this season in my life is about learning how to be openhearted, kind, trusting, truthful -- in other words, risking loving another.
The innate sensibility and the pockets of it that I was referring to in that comment are the sense of devotion and openhearted love that sprouts in humans whether religious or not.