Definition of warm-hearted in English:

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warm-hearted

Pronunciation: /wɔːmˈhɑːtɪd/

adjective

Sympathetic and kind: a warm-hearted, affectionate girl
More example sentences
  • As a young woman, Babs was attached to the staff of Stauntons of James Street, Westport, and during her time there she gained a deserved reputation as a warm-hearted, caring and generous person.
  • Bishop Jones is a warm-hearted, compassionate and gentle person who is revered by many in Sligo and throughout the Diocese of Elphin.
  • Although he is a rogue and a rascal, Abagnale is treated with warm-hearted sympathy throughout the film.
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warm-heartedly

adverb
Example sentences
  • South Koreans remember that they warm-heartedly welcomed their guests from the North during last year's Busan Asian Games with the hope that their visit to the South would enhance bilateral cooperation and exchange.
  • India has warm-heartedly supported the Karzai Government of Afghanistan - the democratic coalition that is taking Afghan people towards mainstream of the world.
  • But he spoke convincingly, warm-heartedly and with power of persuasion.

warm-heartedness

Pronunciation: /ˌwɔːmˈhɑːtɪdnəs/
noun
Example sentences
  • During this hallowed month the urge for excelling others in prayerfulness, piety, warm-heartedness, charity, good doing, and repentance is at the peak among the Muslims.
  • Once Upon a Time in the Midlands is that most difficult of movies: a lovable comedy with broad yet subtle comic performances, authentic and suffused with warm-heartedness.
  • But if dissent has been dimmed, Douglas has little time for the argument that there is, at least, a new warm-heartedness, a softness in the culture.

Words that rhyme with warm-hearted

downhearted, good-hearted, hard-hearted, heavy-hearted, kind-hearted, light-hearted, lion-hearted, overparted, tender-hearted, uncharted, wholehearted

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