The people are gentle, courteous, refined, and tenderhearted.
But how his words thrilled through the just and tenderhearted Joseph!
And Peter says (1 Pet 3, 8): "Loving as brethren, tenderhearted, humbleminded."
Everybody liked him--everybody except the tenderhearted Oysterman.
Ben had ort to been the only son of a tenderhearted widow lady of means.
Is it possible that the aloofness of this tenderhearted man from the burden of his age, is due to his American antecedents?
I was told more than once of people who had been too tenderhearted to make an end of old horses.
He was still estranged from the dear, tenderhearted, but stubborn old patriot at Chestnut Hill.
When not unnerved by responsibility the Marshal was tenderhearted to an extreme.
"We must have him," said the tenderhearted Oysterman, apparently in continuance of a conversation.