free-hearted

[free-hahr-tid]

Origin of free-hearted

First recorded in 1350–1400, free-hearted is from the Middle English word free herted. See free, hearted
Related formsfree-heart·ed·ly, adverbfree-heart·ed·ness, noun
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free-hearted

adjective
  1. frank and spontaneous; open; generous
Derived Formsfree-heartedly, adverbfree-heartedness, noun
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