Like the good-natured giant in the fable I allowed her to pull my beard, and as a consequence she presumed on my good-nature.
Her good-nature was a byword, as were her generosity and boyish daring.
His kind disposition and good-nature have given him many friends, but love of money and appearances have crippled his usefulness.
In vain did she try to soothe and coax them into good-nature for some time.
In a case of doubt, they naturally leant to the side of good-nature.
"She has heard of all your good-nature, and is very grateful to you," said Gusty.
Inwardly she made a vow that never again should her good-nature lead her into such a troublesome adventure.
There is one remarkable testimony to his wide renown for good-nature.
A little observation, however, convinced them of the animal's good-nature, and they were soon induced to play fearlessly with him.
But he was so fiery that only his good-nature and his size protected him.