Definition of wholehearted in English:

wholehearted

Syllabification: whole·heart·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌhōlˈhärdəd
 
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adjective

Showing or characterized by complete sincerity and commitment: you have my wholehearted support
More example sentences
  • 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.
Synonyms
committed, positive, emphatic, devoted, dedicated, enthusiastic, unshakable, unswerving; unqualified, unstinting, unreserved, without reservations, unconditional, unequivocal, unmitigated; complete, full, total, absolute

Derivatives

wholeheartedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • 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.

wholeheartedness

noun
More example sentences
  • 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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