big-hearted


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big-hearted

adj
warmly generous
ˌbig-ˈheartedness n
ˌbig-ˈheartedly adv
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big-hearted

[ˈbɪgˈhɑːtɪd] ADJgeneroso

big-hearted

[ˌbɪgˈhɑːtɪd] adjgeneroso/a, di buon cuore
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He told the captain he had often heard of the Americans and their generous deeds, and that his buffalo brethren (the Upper Nez Perces) had always spoken of them as the Big-hearted whites of the East, the very good friends of the Nez Perces.
But these paroxysms seldom occurred, and in them my big-hearted shipmate vented the bile which more calm-tempered individuals get rid of by a continual pettishness at trivial annoyances.
Strong," concluded the big-hearted Englishman, as though the thing were all arranged except the sailing date.
And so although outside his work we get only glimpses of the man, these glimpses taken together with his writings show us Will Shakespeare as a big-hearted man, a man who understood all and forgave all.
For my sake, Ted, if ever you loved me, be big-hearted and forgiving
Big-hearted Sakho sets a fine example for others I'VE often questioned the attitude of some foreign players who've come here.
The big-hearted band will be raising funds for four-year-old Alfie Sharpe, of Kilmarnock, in a bid to send him to Germany for life-saving treatment.
A special collection box will be placed in the mall this week on the first day of the Holy Month which will allow big-hearted supporters to make donations.
BIG-HEARTED Town fans have donated their season tickets to charity.
BIG-hearted pop star Rihanna has put out an appeal for a bone marrow donor to save the life of a five-year-old fan.
YOUNG St John's Ambulance cadets from Hodge Hill have been given new uniforms by a firm of big-hearted chartered accountants.
Big-hearted, super-fit runners are need for this year's BUPA Great North Run.