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Synonyms for kindhearted

characterized by kindness and concern for others

Synonyms for kindhearted

having or proceeding from an innately kind disposition


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He was kindhearted and generous and will be missed greatly by all of us."
A woman has told of the incredible moment a group of kindhearted Scousers came together to help a man who was knocked unconscious on a bus.
THE heartbroken family of a gardener killed in a suspected hit-and-run have described him as a kindhearted man with a great career ahead of him.
His mum said: "Elouan is a very sensitive, thoughtful and kindhearted boy.
Tributes have been paid to "kindhearted" and "hardworking" former chapel minister Reverend Wayne Roberts.
YOUNG women at a Teesside charity can now enjoy a brew thanks to a donation of tea hampers from kindhearted students.
KINDHEARTED Midland fundraisers collected more than pounds 4,000 for a leading children's charity.
Decoy Menagerie Part 2 is the second anthology of comic stories by a wide variety of artists and storytellers, featuring the loveable, kindhearted alien Decoy (originally created by comic-book talent Courtney Huddleston), refugee from the violent planet of Nacrum.
Angela Woolfe's Avril Crump And Her Amazing Clones (0439651301, $9.95) will attract a wide age range, telling of a strange lab accident where a kindhearted female scientist meets a trio of animal and human clones and an evil creator who wants to destroy her newfound pals.
When the family receives a "lucky gift," a goat from "some kindhearted people from far away," its life starts to change, Not only does the little goat's milk keep her own family healthy, but the leftover milk also becomes a source of income.
Polly was a kindhearted individual who genuinely cared about my progress.
Earlier this week I impulsively phoned Polly, a kindhearted, no-nonsense woman old enough to be my mother.
A kindhearted little guy just as ready to negotiate for peace as blaze away with hip guns or finger lasers, Atom was created by Osamu Tezuka in 1951 and made the leap from print to TV screens in 1963.
They were thoughtful, kindhearted, always smiling - even to the awkwardpatients.