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warm heart

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  • A warm heart, and a stainless name, shed lustre on the chivalrous patriot.

  • I say now, imitate Hannah Jones—her warm heart, her generous hand.

  • He had a warm heart, although he did not wear it on his sleeve for daws to peck at.

  • A warm heart, that might have been a paradise on earth to some woman!

    Debts of Honor Maurus Jkai
  • But the warm heart was again chilled to its very core by the look Mrs. Mowbray wore as the two girls entered the room.

    The Vicar of Wrexhill Mrs [Frances] Trollope
  • You have a warm heart that throbs for others' woes and holds sympathy.

    Evening Round Up William Crosbie Hunter
  • Teddy had a warm heart, and it was no disloyalty to Kathleen that made him sigh so sadly.

    Kathleen's Diamonds Mrs. Alex. McVeigh Miller
  • And then—he died pure and spotless, the youth with the clear glance and the warm heart!

    The Home Fredrika Bremer
  • This is Pleasant Island Bill, a merry good-for-nothing, with a warm heart and unlimited capacity for whisky.

    A Modern Buccaneer Rolf Boldrewood
  • His warm heart, his time, his exertions, were all given to his friend.

    John Forster Percy Hethrington Fitzgerald

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