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Synonyms for tenderhearted

of a kindly, considerate character

Words related to tenderhearted

easily moved to love

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easily moved by another's distress

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We're uncomfortable about how the image of a God who demands victims goes together with the God described in parables like the Prodigal Son or Jesus' preaching about a Father so tenderhearted that every sparrow has a name and even the hairs on our head are important enough to be counted.
In addition to de Kooning's paintings were cast-concrete sculptures by Henry Moore; ink-and-pencil drawings by Alberto Giacometti; a grid of twenty black-and-white photographs related to the Gulf War by the Irish-Iraqi artist Jananne al-Ani (Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work])-, and Michael Rakowitz's capacious and tenderhearted installation The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist, which includes four pencil-on-vellum drawings from 2007 and twenty-five small sculptures from between 2007 and 2014 made of newspaper and food packaging and representing twenty-five of the artifacts that were stolen from Baghdad's National Museum in 2003.
Once again we will contemplate the fact that Huckabee used to be known as the tenderhearted Republican.
Deacon Coburn, flint-eyed and tenderhearted, aids others and comes to terms with hardscrabble troubles by applying gritty faith.
Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ has forgiven you," so says Ephesians 4:32.
In chapter 7 Douglass writes of Sophia Auld as "a kind and tenderhearted woman; and in the simplicity of her soul she commenced, when I first went to live with her, to treat me as she supposed one human being ought to treat another.
The productions covers a lot of history and are peopled with colourful characters like the ambitious Anne Boleyn (Lydia Leonard), the tenderhearted Jane Seymour (Leah Brotherhead) and Paul Jesson as Cardinal Wolsey.
IT MAY PAIN tenderhearted dog owners to think that Ch.
His pace is elegant and unhurried, affording him time and space to tell this tenderhearted and distinctly American story.
Tough-Minded Faith for Tenderhearted People | ROBERT H.
In my experience it's usually the more tenderhearted people that war effects most," said Karen Spears Zacharias of Hermiston, author of "After the Flag Has Been Folded" (Harper Paperback).
And I'm plenty tenderhearted toward the thought of animal suffering.
As for myself, I have always been extremely tenderhearted toward animals.
Put away from you all bitterness and wrath and anger and wrangling and slander, together with all malice, and be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ has forgiven you.
The movie melds Will Ferrell-esque buffoonery and double entendres with tenderhearted moments nearly as sweet as the butterscotch candy Ed's character, Tim Lippe, hands out a little too enthusiastically.