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Synonyms for large-hearted

willing to give of oneself and one's possessions

Synonyms for large-hearted

showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and generosity

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com)-- In a life that is full of many tensions and responsibilities, in a world that is so harsh and money-minded, in a society that is unkind and treacherous, there is someone who is kind, caring, pure, large-hearted, and makes you feel tension-free.
And now, as the UAE government actions show, the Emirates regards Pakistan as a brother and friend; controversies created by others have made no difference to the large-hearted munificence of its rulers.
In the film, Shah Rukh is supposed to play a large-hearted Gujarati don.
The authorities are very large-hearted and have announced yet another amnesty.
A LARGE-HEARTED person shows affection with words and actions - freely and generously.
In a statement, Southwell RFC, the rugby club where Mr Thompson had been a third team vice-captain, said: "Gary joined the club seven years ago and the loss of such an amiable and large-hearted man will affect everyone who knew him.
Today, learning the ways of the large-hearted seems counter-cultural, almost subversive.
The large-hearted "Dearth" is a revelatory tale of disguised bounty.
He is widely regarded as a model of the large-hearted libertarian who endlessly crusades for tolerance and who sets himself up as the critic of 'establishments'.
The New York Times reviewer, in a front-page rave in its Sunday Book Review section, said, ``Again and again, you hit passages of wry and large-hearted descriptive prose that are the clearest measure of Whitehead's achievement and promise as a writer.
Paul West has done it again--written another large-hearted novel that investigates life's overlooked corners while celebrating the splendors of creation and the unpredictable.
The first chronicles the tribulations of 56-year-old Odessa Williams, a longsuffering, large-hearted woman doing her level best to care for an ever-expanding clan that includes eight children, 32 grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.
Cynthia Rose Purley (Brenda Blethyn) is a large-hearted Cockney mother with two illegitimate daughters.
The large-hearted thieves further gifted paddle rickshaws to poor rickshaw pullers.