Origin of warm-hearted
Related formswarm-heart·ed·ly, adverbwarm-heart·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for warm-hearted
In the House, Republicans passed the budget by 219-206 with the warm-hearted help of 57 Democrats.
If Kim Jong-il was dictatorial, sociopathic, and inhumane, Vaclav Havel was a freedom-loving, warm-hearted humanist.Paul Begala Asks Bill Clinton and Madeleine Albright About Vaclav Havel|Paul Begala|December 20, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Edith was a fascinating character, at once a strict fundamentalist and a sophisticated, warm-hearted aesthete.
Gentle and genial, simple and warm-hearted, how full of anxiety must have been his life in the days which followed.
The plantation was in the hands of a warm-hearted Christian gentleman from Massachusetts, Mr. Norton.The Boys of '61|Charles Carleton Coffin.
The kind, warm-hearted Miss Edmond came flying upstairs, and was breathless when she delivered them.The Memoirs of Harriette Wilson, Volumes One and Two|Harriette Wilson
She was warm-hearted, impulsive, and quick to show gratitude.The Living Link|James De Mille
Archie is a most warm-hearted, loving, cunning little goose.Letters to His Children|Theodore Roosevelt