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heartfelt

adjective heart·felt \ˈhärt-ˌfelt\

: deeply felt : very sincere

Full Definition of HEARTFELT

:  deeply felt :  earnest

Examples of HEARTFELT

  1. You have our heartfelt thanks.
  2. Our most heartfelt wish is for our children to be happy.

First Known Use of HEARTFELT

1722

Synonym Discussion of HEARTFELT

sincere, wholehearted, heartfelt, hearty, unfeigned mean genuine in feeling. sincere stresses absence of hypocrisy, feigning, or any falsifying embellishment or exaggeration <a sincere apology>. wholehearted suggests sincerity and earnest devotion without reservation or misgiving <promised our wholehearted support>. heartfelt suggests depth of genuine feeling outwardly expressed <expresses our heartfelt gratitude>. hearty suggests honesty, warmth, and exuberance in displaying feeling <received a hearty welcome>. unfeigned stresses spontaneity and absence of pretense <her unfeigned delight at receiving the award>.
HEARTFELT Defined for Kids

heartfelt

adjective heart·felt \ˈhärt-ˌfelt\

Definition of HEARTFELT for Kids

:  deeply felt :  sincere <I gave her a heartfelt apology.>

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