Meaning of have a heart of gold in English:

have a heart of gold

phrase

  • Have a generous nature.

    ‘Micheál was described by his family this week as having a heart of gold, a boy who displayed a kindness and consideration for others that touched the lives of all those who met him.’
    • ‘Now's the chance to show our charities that we have a heart of gold.’
    • ‘He may have a heart of gold, but no one appreciates it.’
    • ‘You're not too quick on the uptake, but you have a heart of gold.’
    • ‘The bully boy stores up power, as it were: the power to disarm by turning out to have a heart of gold after all.’
    • ‘She always puts others before herself, she has a heart of gold.’
    • ‘Maybe it's to do with part of her ‘stuff and nonsense’ approach and that, whilst sometimes misguided, she has a heart of gold.’
    • ‘Jenn's one tough cookie but she has a heart of gold.’
    • ‘The event was very well-attended, with Bangaloreans proving, yet again, that the city has a heart of gold.’
    • ‘Contrary to public opinion - and he probably won't thank me for saying it - this man has a heart of gold.’