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[kahynd-hahr-tid] /ˈkaɪndˈhɑr tɪd/
having or showing sympathy or kindness:
a kindhearted woman.
Origin of kindhearted
First recorded in 1525-35; kind1 + hearted
Related forms
kindheartedly, adverb
kindheartedness, noun
unkindhearted, adjective
See kind1 . Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • It was a quaint little village full of jolly, kind hearted people whose hearts were tender and true to their neighbors.

  • Dined with the ever hospitable and kind hearted de Robeck on Triad.

  • I begged them to let me go down and see if my friend was among the dead, to which the kind hearted boys consented.

    Nurse and Spy in the Union Army S. Emma E. Edmonds
  • The dwarfs are kind hearted people, who have a great horror of blood.

    Myths of the Rhine X. B. Saintine
  • Judge what I must have felt towards this noble minded and kind hearted young lady!

  • He was a money maker, and unlike most of that class, kind hearted and generous.

    The Old Pike Thomas B. Searight
  • The boys lingered a moment to shake hands with their kind hearted friend, and thank him for his services.

    Canoe Boys and Campfires William Murray Graydon
  • Do'e, Lady Nelly, do'e be kind hearted to the young loviers.

    Speed the Plough Thomas Morton
  • He was generous, genial and kind hearted, and strictly just in all his practices and aims.

    General Gordon J. Wardle
  • I do not want to be very fine and nice; but I would be gentle and kind hearted—would do some good in the world.

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