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heavyhearted

adjective heavy·heart·ed \-ˈhär-təd\

Definition of HEAVYHEARTED

heavy·heart·ed·ly adverb
heavy·heart·ed·ness noun

Examples of HEAVYHEARTED

  1. <she was heavyhearted at losing the election, in which she had invested everything>

First Known Use of HEAVYHEARTED

14th century

Related to HEAVYHEARTED

Synonyms
bad, blue, brokenhearted, cast down, crestfallen, dejected, depressed, despondent, disconsolate, doleful, down, downcast, downhearted, down in the mouth, droopy, forlorn, gloomy, glum, hangdog, heartbroken, heartsick, heartsore, sad, inconsolable, joyless, low, low-spirited, melancholic, melancholy, miserable, mournful, saddened, sorrowful, sorry, unhappy, woebegone, woeful, wretched
Antonyms
blissful, buoyant, buoyed, cheerful, cheery, chipper, delighted, glad, gladdened, gladsome, gleeful, happy, joyful, joyous, jubilant, sunny, upbeat

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