They breathe forth a great kindliness and homeliness, and one could fill pages with quotations.
"Christmas in Ritual and Tradition, Christian and Pagan" by Clement A. Miles
Selfishness shines out nakedly and kindliness is seen clearer than in routine peace days.
"Golden Lads" by Arthur Gleason and Helen Hayes Gleason
But their friendliness is charming; their courtesy and kindliness is a constant delight to the traveller.
"An Australian in China" by George Ernest Morrison
Yet there was in Mr. Duncan's manner a certain kindliness, a certain appeal of sincere personality, that disarmed suspicion.
"The Cow Puncher" by Robert J. C. Stead
Antoine greeted me with that air of lofty condescension tempered with a sincere kindliness that had made him a prince among head waiters.
"Lady Larkspur" by Meredith Nicholson
There was a kindliness about him which relieved Ken, yet there was also a hard scrutiny that was embarrassing.
"The Young Pitcher" by Zane Grey
However, being accustomed to treat every one with kindliness, she asked him gravely whom he wished to see.
"The Outdoor Girls in the Saddle" by Laura Lee Hope
I never saw him but with a smile of infinite kindliness on his face, and I saw him very often.
"The Leicestershires beyond Baghdad" by Edward John Thompson
The irrepressible exuberance of Rousseau's kindliness overflowed from his novels and essays into a great stream of fashionable sensibility.
"The French Revolution" by R. M. Johnston
Cheerfulness, self-control, kindliness and optimism are great aids in promoting health.
"Born Again" by Alfred Lawson
Shrewd woman, with all her gentle kindliness and tact, was Mrs. Stannard.
"Lanier of the Cavalry" by Charles King
Straker is the man who has ousted the hansom-cabman, having neither his coarseness nor his kindliness.
"George Bernard Shaw" by Gilbert K. Chesterton
Fred took to Mr. Logan with almost as much kindliness as even myself.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 16, No. 96, October 1865" by Various
The woman eyed him with more and more kindliness, and at length she spoke.
"The Mermaid" by Lily Dougall
Skipper Zeb gave his flowers of kindliness to those about him while they lived and could enjoy them.
"Left on the Labrador" by Dillon Wallace
In private life his kindliness and courtesy won the hearts of all who came near him, young and old, rich and poor.
"Victorian Worthies" by George Henry Blore
His kindliness towards men became the foundation for many legends.
"Old-Time Makers of Medicine" by James J. Walsh
It was proof of the kindliness of Hank Hazletine that he made no mention of a strong suspicion that had been in his mind from the first.
"Two Boys in Wyoming" by Edward S. Ellis
Yes, my dear Charlie, for your sake; that you might the better prove your noble, kindliness, my dear Charlie.
"The Confidence-Man" by Herman Melville
I shall always remember the charm and kindliness of Scottish hospitality.
"The Daughters of Danaus" by Mona Caird
And her heart is very tender,
Full of love and kindliness,
Yearning evermore to render
Goodness fuller, error less.
"Sorrow" by Walter Richard Cassels
"Obeisance low I made, for I am feeble,
Thy kindliness responds to all who yearn.
Come back, dear Lord, whose name is linked with pardon,
No other saviour Israel can discern,
Unto his myriad families return!"
"Duologue" by Shlomo ibn Gabirol
No defiance is on our lips,
Nothing but kindliness greets you here;
Still, in the storm our dolphin ships
Round the Eddystone dart and steer;
And on shore, no doubt, no doubt,
Our rifles are ready — Look out!
"Defence Not Defiance (A Rifle Song)" by Martin Farquhar Tupper
My friendly little garden! few worldly goods have I
To tender with o'erflowing heart in blessed charity,
But, like the cup of water by a pure disciple given,
An herb or flower may tell its tale of kindliness in heaven.
"My Garden" by Caroline Howard Gilman
For I that rule in measure moderate The tempest of that stormie passion,
And vse to paint in rimes the troublous state
Of Louers life in likest fashion,
Am put from practise of my kindlie skill,
Banisht by those that Loue with leawdnes fill.
"The Teares of the Muses" by Edmund Spenser
Grace Darling was a comely lass, with long, fair floating hair,
With soft blue eyes, and shy, and modest rare;
And her countenance was full of sense and genuine kindliness,
With a noble heart, and ready to help suffering creatures in distress.
"Grace Darling or "The Wreck of the Forfarshire"" by William Topaz McGonagall