Definition of heartfelt
: deeply felt : earnest
Examples of heartfelt in a Sentence
You have our heartfelt thanks.
Our most heartfelt wish is for our children to be happy.
Recent Examples of heartfelt from the Web
Videos from state convention were played, as well as a slideshow with photos from this year, and a heartfelt senior slideshow with recordings of seniors thanking advisors and family.
Who’s extending heartfelt hospitality in a fast casual setting?
Not long after his heartfelt goodbye, George looked ahead to the future.
To those who did help — Andie, Jenny, Mark, Christian, Wally, Ryan, Chloe and Shawn — a heartfelt thank you.
In a frank and heartfelt speech, U2 bassist Adam Clayton thanked his bandmates of four decades for their support during his treatment and recovery for alcohol abuse years ago, and then joined them for a rollicking rendition of a few hits.
A heartfelt video tribute seems to be Obama’s favorite way to drop into an awards show.
Magariel’s gripping and heartfelt debut is a blunt reminder that the boldest assertion of manhood is not violence stemming from fear.
North Carolina House lawmakers offered heartfelt tributes Wednesday to the late Rep. Ruth Samuelson, a Charlotte Republican remembered for her charisma, convictions and Christianity.
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Definition of heartfelt for English Language Learners
: deeply felt : very sincere
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