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Definition of Kindheartedly
Lexicographical Neighbors of Kindheartedly
Literary usage of Kindheartedly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of English Sounds from the Earliest Period, Including an by Henry Sweet (1879)
"... and kindheartedly for a year and a day ; and then if your conscience rue, co me a lear, and divide my tithes ..."
2. Specimens of English Dialects: I. Devonshire: an Exmoor Scolding and Courtship by William Hutton, Walter William Skeat (1879)
"... and kindheartedly for a year and a day ; and then if your conscience rue, co me a lear, and divide my tithes amang ye ! The truths which 255 my divine ..."
3. What the "boys" Did Overthere: By "themselves" / Ed. by Henry L. Fox by Themselves, Henry L. Fox, N. L. Forrestal (1919)
"A wounded German soldier called for water to drink and one of our Tommies kindheartedly went and gave it to him. They conversed for a minute or two. ..."