English version

warm-hearted

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwarm-heartedwarm-heart‧ed /ˌwɔːm ˈhɑːtɪd◂ $ ˌwɔːrm ˈhɑːr-/ adjective  FRIENDLYfriendly, kind, and always willing to help opp cold-hearted a warm-hearted landladysee thesaurus at kindwarm-heartedness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
warm-heartedIt's gritty, tough, warm-hearted.She was also warm-hearted and pleasant and those qualities came over.He felt elated, warm-hearted at the sight of the place where he'd been born.So he thinks of himself as a warm-hearted, caring human being.I found digs with a warm-hearted lady called Cissie Owen.Bishop Jon, a warm-hearted man, had been weeping, and even Eochaid, remembering, found himself moved near to tears.a warm-hearted old manAnd yet, they are perhaps the most generous, the most warm-hearted people in the universe.It is neither a romantic comedy in the vein of Four Weddings nor a warm-hearted tale about Sheffield steel workers.
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