Definition of In a heartfelt way

1. Adverb. In a sincere and heartfelt manner. "I would dearly love to know"

Exact synonyms: Dearly
Partainyms: Dear



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Lexicographical Neighbors of In A Heartfelt Way

in Dutch(p)
in God's name
in a bad way(p)
in a bake
in a beastly manner
in a big way
in a bind
in a broad way
in a canter
in a circle
in a cleft stick
in a family way
in a few shakes
in a flash
in a heartbeat
in a heartfelt way (current term)
in a higher place
in a hurry
in a jiffy
in a lather
in a league of one's own
in a low voice
in a manner of speaking
in a minute
in a moment
in a nutshell
in a one-er
in a oner
in a pickle
in a pig's arse

Literary usage of In a heartfelt way

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Shakespeare's Tragedy of King Lear by William Shakespeare (1903)
"in a heartfelt way. Lear takes it to mean " only by feeling, as I have no eyes." Simple = of low estate. ..."

2. Living With Siva by Subramuniya (2001)
"... even in todays society, is to say in a heartfelt way, “I'm sorry.” Everyone will accept this. Even the most despicable, prideful, arrogant, ..."

3. Henry Baird Favill, A.B., M.D., LL.D., 1860-1916: A Memorial Volume, Life by Henry Baird Favill (1917)
"Public spirited, high minded, intelligent citizens go into it first in a heartfelt way, without the slightest possibility of gratifying ambition or of ..."

4. Shakespeare's Tragedy of King Lear by William Shakespeare (1903)
"in a heartfelt way. Lear takes it to mean " only by feeling, as I have no eyes." Simple = of low estate. ..."

5. Living With Siva by Subramuniya (2001)
"... even in todays society, is to say in a heartfelt way, “I'm sorry.” Everyone will accept this. Even the most despicable, prideful, arrogant, ..."

6. Henry Baird Favill, A.B., M.D., LL.D., 1860-1916: A Memorial Volume, Life by Henry Baird Favill (1917)
"Public spirited, high minded, intelligent citizens go into it first in a heartfelt way, without the slightest possibility of gratifying ambition or of ..."

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