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Synonyms for great-hearted

willing to give of oneself and one's possessions

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It depicts Wales fondly, if not a little simply, as a nation of "great-hearted workers, fighters and singers" and to the Welsh in outdated fashion as "short, dark-featured men".
Miko adds that Macedonians are a great-hearted nation that forgives but the repentance must first come from the side that caused the problems.
He said: "This is a tight-knit community of great-hearted people, still struggling with the uncertain future of Corus and ongoing decline in employment.
Now, having become a standing dish here with four successive course wins the great-hearted June 95 son of Kyle Jack can complete the nap hand for the right start in the fifth of the eight preliminaries although there is no lack of other Midland interest in the highly competitive event.
They include General Cao Cao, founder of Wei, portrayed as one of the most cunning and dastardly villains in all of literature; his heroic opponents, the loyal Brothers of the Peach Orchard; the benevolent leader Liu Bei, founder of Shu Han; the huge, great-hearted, fearless Guan Yu, who was deified as Guan Di in the 16th century; and the younger, courageous, impulsive Zhang Fei.