heavyhearted

adjective
heavy·​heart·​ed | \ ˈhe-vē-ˈhär-təd \

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Other Words from heavyhearted

heavyheartedly adverb
heavyheartedness noun

Examples of heavyhearted in a Sentence

she was heavyhearted at losing the election, in which she had invested everything

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14th century, in the meaning defined above

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