Words and phrases that have a meaning related to hearted:   (144 results)


Often used in the same context:
kindhearted, sincere, goodhearted, souled, bighearted, witted, meek, cynical, selfless, timid, halfhearted, softhearted, humorless, chivalrous, likeable, gallant, guileless, heartfelt, warmhearted, dutiful, loving, wholehearted, compassionate, heartless, gentle, lovable, tenderhearted, brave, hardhearted, ineffectual, loveable, benevolent, dopey, amiable, courageous, insincere, clumsy, repentant, considerate, spirited, plucky, saintly, caddish, naive, likable, lovelorn, goatish, affectionate, lunkheaded, unappreciative, cantankerous, valiant, soppy, hardworking, noble, diffident, idealistic, resolute, misguided, lovesick, coldhearted, winsome, dimwitted, feckless, altruistic, smarmy, bumbling, sheepish, sarcastic, openhearted, callow, mousey, stoic, uncomplaining, bossy, magnanimous, lunk, humored, unassertive, pious, stoical, gutsy, natured, spunky, cheerful, roguish, callous, good naturedness, endearing, sullen, sardonic, oafish, honest, gooder, genial, unlikable, passioned, tongued, venal, bumptious, industrious, selfish, hearts, heart, heartedness, bosoms, inside, breast, outside, souls, withal, hands, laugh, arid, cheer, hand, puff, stomachs, ...., an, bowels, breed, goodnatured, minded, demented, reticent, tempered, talkative, fearing, headstrong

Appears in the definition of:
caper, cowardly, fearful, frolic, gambol, good-hearted, half-heartedly, kindness, large-hearted, light-heartedly, lightsomely, play, romp

Also try:
— Nouns for hearted: man, woman, people, men, fellow, girl, support, way, attempt, attempts, person, more...

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See hearted used in context: 100+ rhymes, 34 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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