Have not your Voices called you daughter of God, daughter of the Church, great-hearted damsel?
We are bound to be hopeful, nor wrong our great-hearted father.
Truer friends or better companions than these great-hearted, outspoken, hardy riders, no man could have.
He was broad-minded, great-hearted enough not to censure the girl by word or act.
It began in 1695 when the great-hearted man opened a room in his own house for the instruction of poor children.
And the noosepapers said he was a great-hearted phillyanthropist.
Then they pledged one another in a parting cup, and Ulysses bade farewell to his generous and great-hearted hosts.
"You are the son of a friend," said the great-hearted monarch.
Such a letter could not be ignored by the great-hearted man to whom it came.
They are in reality a proud race, great-hearted and high-spirited.