Synonyms of heart in English:

heart

noun

  • 1 my heart stopped beating
    informal ticker

Phrases

after one's own heart

Lucie was always a girl after my own heart like-mindedof the same mindkindredcompatiblecongenialsharing one's tastes informalon the same wavelength

at heart

he's a good kid at heart deep downbasicallyfundamentallyessentiallyin essenceintrinsicallyreallyactuallytrulyin fact informalwhen you get right down to it

by heart

I know the lyrics by heart from memorydown patby roteword for wordverbatimword-perfect

do one's heart good

it does my heart good to see the children getting along cheer one (up)please onegladden onemake one happydelight onehearten onegratify onemake one feel goodgive one a lift informaltickle someone pink

eat one's heart out

Adam will eat his heart out when he hears about Julia's engagement pinelongachebroodmopefretsighsorrowyearnagonizegrievemournlament

from the bottom of one's heart

everything in that poem I meant from the bottom of my heart sincerelyearnestlyferventlypassionatelytrulygenuinelyheartilywith all sincerity

give/lose one's heart to

so, which young lady have you given your heart to this week? fall in love withfall forbe smitten by informalfall head over heels forbe swept off one's feet bydevelop a crush on

have a change of heart

it seems that the Smiths have had a change of heart about selling their house change one's mindflip-flopchange one's tunehave second thoughtshave a rethinkthink againthink twice informalget cold feetdo a U-turnpull a U-ey

have a heart

come on, have a heart and let Sandy keep the puppy be compassionatebe kindbe mercifulbe lenientbe sympatheticbe consideratehave mercy

heart and soul

the volunteers were into the campaign heart and soul wholeheartedlyenthusiasticallyeagerlyzealouslyabsolutelycompletelyentirelyfullyutterlyto the hiltone hundred percent

take heart

your cards and letters helped us to take heart be encouragedbe heartenedbe comfortedcheer upbrighten upperk upliven uprevive

with one's heart in one's mouth

she slowly made her way down the dark cellar stairs with her heart in her mouth in alarmin fearfearfullyapprehensivelyon edgewith trepidationin suspensein a cold sweatwith bated breathon tenterhooks informalwith butterflies in one's stomachin a statein a stewin a sweat

Word links

cardiac relating to the heart
cardiology the branch of medicine concerned with the heart
coronary relating to the arteries of the heart

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