softhearted


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soft·heart·ed

 (sôft′här′tĭd, sŏft′-)
adj.
Easily moved; tender.

soft′heart′ed·ly adv.
soft′heart′ed·ness n.

softhearted

(ˌsɒftˈhɑːtɪd)
adj
easily moved to pity
ˌsoftˈheartedly adv
ˌsoftˈheartedness n
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.softhearted - easily moved to pity or sorrow; "a softhearted judge"
hardhearted, heartless - lacking in feeling or pity or warmth

softhearted

adjective
Of a kindly, considerate character:
References in classic literature ?
He shall not shelter himself behind a promise from you softhearted girls.
Knightley; "but I should say she was a goodtempered, softhearted girl, not likely to be very, very determined against any young man who told her he loved her.
No blame attached to the officers"--that lying and disaster-breeding verdict so common to our softhearted juries is seldom rendered in France.
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In The Residuals, Smith stars as aspiring actor Pete Hamilton, with Pensavalle cast as a softhearted casting associate named Valerie.
It is hard to believe this kind of story, because I personally know some Australian women who are softhearted, and so beautiful that I can't understand why they will try to 'waste their lives'.
Soap stalwart Derek Martin, who played softhearted cabbie for 11 years, was one of five characters axed three years ago.
As a boy Simon had idolised his softhearted dad, who he describes as the "ultimate mentor", giving him his first big break into the music industry.
When she started to cry, the softhearted journo handed it over.
In these "reality" shows the charity of Softhearted rich people is the solution to poverty, malnutrition, chronic illness, unemployment, and foreclosures.
Eva says: "As head teacher, Rachel demands the best from her staff and is kind, caring and softhearted with a wry, sometimes playful sense of humour.