I am a good-hearted person and a very loyal friend, and I know you will see that if you write me.
The whole thing seemed so gracious and good-hearted, and remarkably wise, too.
Los Angeles was just a big, dry, sunny place with ugly homes and no style, but good-hearted and peaceful.
I've always found Dick a good-hearted fellow—but I guess he goes on the rip now and again.
Mrs. Burr must have seen us, but was too good-hearted to tell her husband all she knew.
But the innkeeper was a good-hearted man, and he was sorry for the poor blockhead.
And the good-hearted home-making Mère scouted learning for women.
He is good-hearted, one of good impulses, generally speaking,—a good fellow.
Farmer Brown's boy is too good-hearted to hurt any one if he can help it.
So thought the good-hearted Governor; and it seems a venial misconception.