soft-heartedness

Translations

soft-heartedness

[ˈsɒftˈhɑːtɪdnɪs] Ncompasión f, bondad f
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He couldn't bear to see any one uncomfortable; he would have been sorry even in his angriest moods for any harm to happen to his grandfather; and his Aunt Lydia herself had the benefit of that soft-heartedness which he bore towards the whole sex.
No more tolerance and soft-heartedness towards these handful of people, who want to hold this peace-loving country to ransom.
I was speaking with Norman Jones, our club president, the other day and he recited the lines of the poem that begins "They shall grow not old as we that are left grow old"; my eyes filled with tears then too and as we stood talking about soft-heartedness, he said he used to know a man who couldn't listen to the Last Post because he'd been a prisoner of war under the Japanese and it made him too upset to think of all his comrades that had died on the Burma Railway.