Origin of big-hearted
SYNONYMS FOR big-hearted
Related formsbig·heart·ed·ly, adverbbig·heart·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for big-hearted
We believe Williams as both a beaten-down dad and big-hearted Scottish nanny.How Robin Williams’ Mrs. Doubtfire Won the Culture Wars|Tim Teeman|August 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A volatile guy, big-hearted and very smart, Moran is not facing any opposition, and his retirement puzzled Price.Rep. David Price Remembers When a Less Partisan Congress Actually Worked|Eleanor Clift|January 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Big-hearted people tend to have warm and truly fuzzy thoughts about the Humane Society of the United States.
“I have a sense of humor that encompasses the edgy and the dark and profane but also the big-hearted thing,” he said.‘Arthur Christmas’: The Making of the New Aardman Film|Lorenza Muñoz|November 23, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Critic Malcolm Jones calls it a big-hearted novel that you shouldn't miss.
Young ladies, when the time comes to marry, say "yes" to the good-natured, big-hearted drummer.Gov. Bob. Taylor's Tales|Robert L. Taylor
Ruth explained to the big-hearted German widow how they came to be struggling in the storm at such an hour.The Corner House Girls at School|Grace Brooks Hill
And with the big-hearted woman's laugh ends the first part of this history.Fair Margaret|Francis Marion Crawford
He smiled full at Bill—a smile to make men love him for the big-hearted boy he was.The Gringos|B. M. Bower
He was a big-hearted soul under his bellow and bluff, and his sympathy for Happy Jack struck deep.Flying U Ranch|B. M. Bower