from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Marked by kindness, sympathy, and generosity.
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- adj. amicable and friendly
- adj. kind, sympathetic and generous
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having strong affection; cordial; sincere; hearty; sympathetic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having warmth of heart; having a disposition such as readily shows friendship, affection, or interest; proceeding from such a disposition; cordial; sincere; hearty: as, a warm-hearted man; warm-hearted support.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. marked by warmth of feeling like kindness and sympathy and generosity
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Some less realistic notes are struck when Karen is wooed by her warm-hearted co-worker Paco (Jimmy Smits).
None, no matter how warm-hearted or resilient, escape its effects.
Claire's sense of being a stranger in the apparently welcoming Charlestown community is paralleled by a less warm-hearted outsider, the FBI special agent Frawley (Jon Hamm, most famous now as Don Draper, the pivotal figure in TV's Mad Men).
Nor is she unsmiling – as a former model and someone trained in the arts of televisual light entertainment, Daly is accustomed to deploying a warm-hearted grin at precisely the right moment.
THE CHUCK WAGON: If you're looking for new network fare on the eve of Christmas Eve, NBC continues burning off the final season of Chuck (8/7c) with a new episode featuring comics legend Stan Lee, who once upon a time romanced the stone — by which we mean stone-faced but deep down warm-hearted General Beckman (Bonita Friedericy).
The prodigiously gifted character actress Margo Martindale Million Dollar Baby heads up the clan as Mags Bennett, a marijuana queenpin who seamlessly slides between warm-hearted affection and cold-blooded murder.
Before that indignity, though, Capra's warm-hearted fantasies and celebrations of American exceptionalism — including "It Happened One Night" (1934), "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" (1939) and "It's a Wonderful Life" (1946) — made him one of the most successful filmmakers in America.
Marty (1955)- Approaching his middle years, lonely, overweight butcher Marty Pilletti (Ernest Borgnine) lives with his mother and has given up on love, until one day he meets plain but warm-hearted schoolteacher Clara (Betsy Blair).
Godard being the spiky, radical revolutionary and Truffaut the relaxed, warm-hearted classicist.
From this warm-hearted story, we take as example that the needs of the poor and sick are best addressed not by man but by heavenly intervention.