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[goo d-hahr-tid] /ˈgʊdˈhɑr tɪd/
kind or generous; considerate; benevolent.
Also, goodhearted.
Origin of good-hearted
Related forms
good-heartedly, goodheartedly, adverb
good-heartedness, goodheartedness, noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • But instead, the show is touchingly sweet, and good-hearted about the way it portrays the minute frustrations of parenthood.
  • People's response to our separateness can be callous, can be good-hearted, and is always condescending.
  • There are plenty of unscrupulous folks who use tragedy as a chance to scam generous, good-hearted people of their cash.
  • He is good-hearted and does repair work at his home shop on his buddies' cars and trucks for the price of parts.
  • There remain so many good-hearted people in the society, they are the motivation for my successful life as today.
  • He was one always jovial, laughing and good-hearted, no matter how dark times appeared to others.

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