Definition of Bigheartedness

1. Noun. The quality of being kind and generous.

Generic synonyms: Generosity, Generousness
Derivative terms: Bighearted



Definition of Bigheartedness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bigheartedness

bigging
bigging up
biggings
biggins
biggish
biggity
biggs
biggy
bigha
bighas
bighead
bigheaded
bigheads
bighearted
bigheartedly
bigheartedness (current term)
bighorn
bighorn-sheep
bighorn sheep
bighorns
bight
bighted
bighting
bights
bightsome
bigitalin
biglandular
bigleaf
bigleaf magnolia
bigleague

Literary usage of Bigheartedness

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1. With Old Glory in Berlin: The Story of a Young American Girl who Went to by Josephine Therese (1918)
"Not that he ever pretended to be other than an American citizen; but he was a natural diplomat, and his unfailing bigheartedness and geniality, ..."

2. The Creed of Presbyterians by Egbert Watson Smith (1901)
"She simply practices that catholic Christian bigheartedness which her Bible and her Standards teach. Her catholic spirit of love finds beautiful ..."

3. American Ideals by Clayton Sedgwick Cooper (1915)
"His bigheartedness is often in proportion to his blunt directness. Get a bit below the surface and you will find frequently a nature steeped in sentiment. ..."

4. Investigation of Escape of Grover Cleveland Bergdoll from United States by United States, Congress, House (1921)
"... the man in distress, he will serve him, whether he knows him or not, and whether he is compensated; and always with that same degree of bigheartedness. ..."

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