Origin of greathearted
Related formsgreat·heart·ed·ly, adverbgreat·heart·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for great-hearted
The great-hearted men and women of the North would have come to the rescue.Dixie After the War|Myrta Lockett Avary
Thenceforth, as fate willed it, the great-hearted pilot and the fiery cavalier were inseparable until cut down by death.Amerigo Vespucci|Frederick A. Ober
He was by temperament enthusiastic, impetuous, and great-hearted.
In a short time all the poor and needy of the city knew the great-hearted man, for he was ever ready to help those in trouble.Stories of Great Musicians|Kathrine Lois Scobey
Our great-hearted President asked simple aid and was distressed at the doubtful response.A Story of the Red Cross|Clara Barton