good nature

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They destroy trust by relying on people's good nature or naivety.
The number of fraudulent emails asking for money on behalf of charities is on the rise, the Saudi government has warned, with con-men particularly keen to prey on the religious ideals and good nature of recipients.
eBooks is the guy who takes advantage of your good nature and generosity only to exploit every last weakness you have for his own personal gain.
You can't appeal to their good nature or sense of responsibility as they have none.
But he (Roberts) is such a genuine person, so positive with a very good nature.
He is a medium-sized, vaccinated male, whose gentle spirit and good nature would be suited to adults and children alike.
As if the air race is not challenging enough, arbitrary penalties in the finals of the last two rounds have tested my good nature.
In a bid to further beef up the all-natural standards for its Good Nature antibiotic- and hormone-free pork program, Cargill has converted to a 100 percent vegetarian diet for hogs that supply the line.
3 : to ask for more than is fair or reasonable : take unfair advantage <Guests imposed on his good nature.
Joe Linot: Good Nature pork is a line of antibiotic-free, all-natural pork that Cargill Meat Solutions launched in July.
Hirschfield, who is still the company's president, says Pankow's good nature and integrity were keys to the success of the business.
Chief Superintendent Tony Doherty said: "We are delighted with the success of the two events and the good nature and behaviour of local residents and visitors.