I wanted to somehow plug into it with gentleness and love, because those are things I feel comfortable with.
There comes a time in the life of some in my profession that we cry out for beauty and a gentleness that is missing in our lives.
I dreaded to hear what he was going to say, but he spoke with the same simplicity and gentleness.
And I love the juxtaposition of the tenderness and the gentleness with his daughter and showing her this blood money.
Kramer calms down and a gentleness overtakes him when talking about his partner of many years.
It first taught devotion and reverence to those weak, fair beings, who but in their beauty and their gentleness have no defence.
"Trouble him not," murmured the melancholy man, with gentleness.
The bird is also very gentle, and we want the Pioneers to cultivate kindliness and gentleness.
Notwithstanding their gentleness, during the first year the Huberts were often discouraged.
With a gentleness that stirred her even more than his words had done, he bent and touched them with his lips.
early 13c., "well-born," from Old French gentil "high-born, noble, of good family" (11c., in Modern French "nice, graceful, pleasing; fine pretty"), from Latin gentilis "of the same family or clan," from gens (genitive gentis) "race, clan," from root of gignere "beget," from PIE root *gen- "produce" (see genus). Sense of "gracious, kind" (now obsolete) first recorded late 13c.; that of "mild, tender" is 1550s. Older sense remains in gentleman.