Definition of wholehearted in English:


Syllabification: whole·heart·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌhōlˈhärdəd


Showing or characterized by complete sincerity and commitment: you have my wholehearted support
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  • We will do so in the context of a wholehearted commitment to build a mutually beneficial relationship with the new Indonesia.
  • His injury-time matchwinner was a fitting reward for a tireless, wholehearted, committed performance.
  • Bolton fans have taken Holdsworth to their hearts and the striker has responded in kind with his wholehearted commitment to the cause.
committed, positive, emphatic, devoted, dedicated, enthusiastic, unshakable, unswerving; unqualified, unstinting, unreserved, without reservations, unconditional, unequivocal, unmitigated; complete, full, total, absolute



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  • I believe wholeheartedly that his films depict the absolute best way of living in community and with nature.
  • The men of Britain have not embraced the idea so wholeheartedly.
  • I would agree wholeheartedly with the general tone of the article.


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  • She held the offices of Secretary, Treasurer, Produce Promoter and P.R.O. - all of which had been performed with wholeheartedness and to the best of her ability.
  • The cult of the saints began with the earliest martyrs, who had certainly proved their wholeheartedness.
  • This was possible only because of the support and wholeheartedness shown by the state government.

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