Definition of warm-heartedness in English:

warm-heartedness

noun

  • See warm-hearted

    • ‘During this hallowed month the urge for excelling others in prayerfulness, piety, warm-heartedness, charity, good doing, and repentance is at the peak among the Muslims.’
    • ‘The fact is that the organizers had greatly underestimated the enthusiasm and warm-heartedness of local youths.’
    • ‘But if dissent has been dimmed, Douglas has little time for the argument that there is, at least, a new warm-heartedness, a softness in the culture.’
    • ‘Once Upon a Time in the Midlands is that most difficult of movies: a lovable comedy with broad yet subtle comic performances, authentic and suffused with warm-heartedness.’
    • ‘This looks authentic and suffused with a rich, intelligent kind of warm-heartedness.’

Pronunciation

warm-heartedness

/ˌwɔːmˈhɑːtɪdnəs/