Origin of good-hearted
OTHER WORDS FROM good-heartedgood-heart·ed·ly, good·heart·ed·ly, adverbgood-heart·ed·ness, goodheartedness, noun
Words nearby good-hearted
How to use good-hearted in a sentence
The whole thing seemed so gracious and good-hearted, and remarkably wise, too.From David Letterman to Oprah, the Best TV Goodbye Announcements (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|April 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Los Angeles was just a big, dry, sunny place with ugly homes and no style, but good-hearted and peaceful.John Banville’s Terrible Idea to Write a New Novel on Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe|Malcolm Jones|August 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I am a good-hearted person and a very loyal friend, and I know you will see that if you write me.Death-Row Pen Pals|Deidre Depke|November 20, 2009|DAILY BEAST
The conventional wisdom holds that Bush is either a good hearted guy who got in way over his head—or the puppet of Dick Cheney.Why Bush Loves Violence|Justin Frank|January 12, 2009|DAILY BEAST
He was a pleasant-looking young man, good-hearted, enthusiastic, and a gifted virtuoso.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
John Frake was a character; a real man in energy, work, and talk; frank, and good-hearted.Papers from Overlook-House|Casper Almore
Good-hearted George did as related, and moreover promised to give Jacky a hiding if ever he caught him again.
Then a look used to pass between those two good-hearted creatures, and Mr. Stevens was served first and Carlo docked till evening.
Mitchell was about as good hearted as Bland Holt, too, under it all; but he was bigger and roughened by the bush.Over the Sliprails|Henry Lawson