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Having a kind, gentle, or sentimental nature:‘a loyal and tender-hearted friend’
kind, kindly, kind-hearted, tender, caring, compassionate, sympathetic, warm, warm-hearted, feeling, gentle, mild, benevolent, generous, giving, humanefond, loving, affectionate, sensitive, soft-hearted, sentimental, soft-centredtouchy-feelyView synonyms
- ‘Of all people, Christians should be the most tender-hearted.’
- ‘There is also one scene that will distress tender-hearted viewers.’
- ‘This is essential if dispiriting reading for the tender-hearted and tough-minded alike.’
- ‘No sooner had he set eyes on Prospero's tender-hearted daughter than he fell in love with her.’
- ‘He is tender-hearted and he cares very much about those in need.’
- ‘He did wonderful little tender-hearted things for her all the time.’
- ‘Of course these tender-hearted individuals should be a little careful.’
- ‘These are my friends - beautiful, plain-featured, tender-hearted, hard-headed.’
- ‘They are tender-hearted in their approach to theme and character.’
- ‘He was such a tender-hearted, great guy.’
- ‘Patrick is the most tender-hearted, sympathetic, devoted person I know.’
- ‘He leaned in =close enough to allow his lips to capture hers in a tender-hearted kiss.’
- ‘There is no doubting the film's tender-hearted sincerity.’
- ‘He seemed unusually tender-hearted for someone in his chosen profession.’
- ‘He is a sweet, tender-hearted, hyperactive kid.’
- ‘Too tender-hearted and responsible to just walk away, they may stay in a bad partnership forever.’
- ‘This movie contains just the right mix of tender-hearted moments, weirdness and comedy.’
- ‘She could think of nothing to do other than becoming a tender-hearted warm mother and marrying the man of her dreams.’
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