But the fourth beggar sighed and wiped the corner of his left eye, for he was a tender-hearted man on one side.
He—Arkwright—was a good-natured, tender-hearted lad, devoted to Adelaide.
Must not the disease be dangerous, when a tender-hearted surgeon cuts deep into the flesh?
At this, Irma, but eight years old and tender-hearted, began to cry.
Yes, they are all alike, even the best and most tender-hearted among them.
He was now only a tender-hearted, simple old man, nothing more.
She is overtired, but she is the kindest, most tender-hearted woman in the world.
But, oh, the little girl was brave and tender-hearted and honourable.
He was too refined, too tender-hearted, to indulge in the conventional dissipations of adolescent mankind.
Because you are yourself, Carmena—as tender-hearted as you are strong and brave and wise.