wholehearted


whole·heart·ed

adjective \ˈhōl-ˈhär-təd\

: having or showing no doubt or uncertainty about doing something, supporting someone, etc.

Full Definition of WHOLEHEARTED

1
:  completely and sincerely devoted, determined, or enthusiastic <a wholehearted student of social problems>
2
:  marked by complete earnest commitment :  free from all reserve or hesitation <gave the proposal wholehearted approval>
whole·heart·ed·ly adverb

Examples of WHOLEHEARTED

  1. The judges gave us their wholehearted approval.
  2. <wholehearted praise for the novel by the leading critics>

First Known Use of WHOLEHEARTED

1836

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