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good nature

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Definition of good nature in English:

noun

A kind and unselfish disposition: your boy has a good nature
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  • As news spread of her passing, many reminisced on her good nature, her kindness and many of her other characteristics that endeared her so much to family and friends.
  • Whilst we were blessed once again with good weather, we were doubly blessed by the good nature and public spirit of the people of Kendal and visitors alike.
  • The mistake I made which I most regret was to underestimate the good nature and tolerance of my fellow Australians.

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