kind-heartedness


Also found in: Thesaurus.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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
Translations

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.
It's not only the beaches and kind-heartedness of the people that make Goa pleasing though.
In an extraordinary turn of events, not only did they manage to survive the tidal waves which crushed their hotel they, with the help of a local politician and the kind-heartedness of the Sri Lankan people, escaped the carnage of the aftermath and found refuge.
But she will have few bigger fans, than those who will be helped by her kind-heartedness.
And he also showed the kind-heartedness that endeared him to so many of his pupils at All Saints' school in Mans field, Notts - helping other inmates write letters and giving away his belongings to those who needed them.
Catherine said Dubai's kind-heartedness knows no bounds and she would love to see the scope of inclusion being widened.
He showed kind-heartedness of a teacher when he donated the entire cash prize for the children of slum areas.
Were a Woman to have the same authority as a Man, or a Man the same kind-heartedness as a Woman, the former possessing a man's courage and resolve, the latter a woman's tenderness and charm, they would be independent of one another, but it is their different natures and the confluence of these natures that now produces Marital bliss.
Like many South Carolinians, who take pride in the fact that the blue granite walls of the State House still bear the marks left by General Sherman's cannons 120 years ago, he is a rare mixture of stubbornness and kind-heartedness.
She added it is not often that someone with Beaulieu's profile has a mix of high intelligence, extreme capability and kind-heartedness equal to his.
Allegations are filtering out of that impoverished and war-torn country of an ingenious scam that took advantage of foreign kind-heartedness.