kind-heartedness


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Noun1.kind-heartedness - sympathy arising from a kind heart
fellow feeling, sympathy - sharing the feelings of others (especially feelings of sorrow or anguish)
mellowness - kindheartedness through maturity or old age
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kind-heartedness

[ˈkaɪndˈhɑːtɪdnɪs] Nbondad f

kind-heartedness

nGutherzigkeit f, → Güte f

kind-heartedness

[ˌkaɪndˈhɑːtɪdnɪs] nbontà, buon cuore m
References in classic literature ?
Glegg's unmistakable kind-heartedness was shown in this, that it pained him more to see his wife at variance with others,--even with Dolly, the servant,--than to be in a state of cavil with her himself; and the quarrel between her and Mr.
Of course I admire kind-heartedness, and I esteem my wife, but--"
As a born and bred Cockney now living in Manchester, I have to say that the kind-heartedness of Liverpudlians is second to none.
The report asserted that "in public school classrooms, Hindu children are forced to read lessons about the conspiracies of Hindus toward Muslims', and Christian children are taught that 'Christians learned tolerance and kind-heartedness from Muslims.
President Mamnoon said that Turkish ambassador won the hearts of the people of Pakistan by his hard work and kind-heartedness while Pak-Turkey relations reached new height during his tenure.
We are overwhelmed by the kind-heartedness of our guests and residents around the world and would like to thank each and every one of them for their generosity," said Craig Cochrane, Senior VP Human Resources, Movenpick Hotels & Resorts.
I left Adana with an immense respect for the Syrian people who despite their hardship, persevere with life and do not let their situation affect their spirit, character and kind-heartedness.
It was only through the kind-heartedness of another clinician's mother, who was willing to sew new nets, that we got these replaced.
In public school classrooms, Hindu children are forced to read lessons about 'Hindus' conspiracies toward Muslims', and Christian children are taught that 'Christians learned tolerance and kind-heartedness from Muslims'.
She had carved out a niche for herself in the society due to her qualities of kind-heartedness and love.
It never ceases to amaze me just how generous businesses like Santander are but also the scale of the kind-heartedness of the Geordie population too.
It never ceases to amaze me just how generous businesses like Santander are, but also the scale of the kind-heartedness of the Geordie population too.