pure-hearted

pure-hearted

adj
without evil intent
References in classic literature ?
"Even if there were any witches, they would flee away from the presence of a pure-hearted child.
Sinners told their sins to the pure-hearted old man and were both rebuked and saved.
I have met only one more pure-hearted woman than you, that is our mom.
"Groceries," a catchy and pure-hearted song about wanting to grocery shop with a crush, goes down like a sweet, sparkling glass of pink lemonade on a sweaty day.
This simple act by a pure-hearted hero stirs King Arthur's evil half-sister Morgana (Rebecca Ferguson) and she employs sorcery to reanimate fallen warriors to slay Alex and steal Excalibur.
This simple act by a pure-hearted hero stirs King Arthur's evil halfsister Morgana (Rebecca Ferguson) in her subterranean lair.
Despite the experience, Vice said he felt blessed because he was 'surrounded by intelligent and pure-hearted people.' He had a support group, he said, and it included couple Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez.
In 2016, PA cabinet leader Rami Hamdallah openly called to follow the path of Al-Husseini, referring to him as "the pure-hearted son" of the "Palestinian nation."
"No offense to every other actress I've ever worked with because I love you all, I love you all, but Lacey has to be the most genuine, pure-hearted person I've ever met in my life," he said.
Another strong comedic setup is the commune called THERE, equal parts spa and cult, where pure-hearted hippies meet rather less-than-pure spiritual leaders.
Only a pure-hearted boy named Adam can her the animals' suffering cries.
Jolie's character starts out as a pure-hearted woman in the film, who is trying to protect her kingdom from an invasion, but a betrayal turns her into a vengeful woman and she puts a curse on the invading kingdom's princess, whom Maleficent reveals herself to in the trailer.