Heart in a sentence

Definition of Heart

(transitive, humorous, informal, chiefly Internet slang) To be fond of. Often bracketed or abbreviated with a heart symbol. | (transitive, obsolete) To give heart to; to hearten; to encourage; to be devoted. | (transitive, masonry) To fill an interior with rubble, as a wall or a breakwater.

How to use Heart in a Sentence?

  • She went to her room with a lighter heart and the day ended triumphantly with her.
  • His heart died within him when he saw the consorts sleeping so calmly side by side.
  • Her malady was heart disease, and her brief life came to a close a few days later.
  • I remember our walk, when my hands were so cold and my heart was so hot, so happy.
  • He was ignorant, unwashed, insufficiently fed; but he had as good a heart as ever any boy had.
  • Oh, Susy, you sweet little biographer, you break my old heart with your gentle charities!
  • Patricia's heart stopped beating for a moment and then it leaped to her throat.
  • Pep's heart beat proudly as the audience filed out and he overheard this encouraging praise.
  • She dashed the letter into the fire, and an intense hatred of them both pierced her heart and brain.
  • Such are the inevitable inconsistencies of the best thinkers, when the feelings of the heart are at war with the notions of the head.
  • She has a clever father, but he has no more heart than this needle, though he is as sharp and has as clear an eye.
  • It was a country to make glad the heart of man, where he might richly enjoy the fruits of his labour.
  • But reconciliation is impossible; her heart yearns after it and recoils from it, loves and loathes at the same moment.
  • His heart sank at the thought that it was probably only a bill, and he glanced at all the bills lying one above another on the table.
  • You could break his heart with a word of disapproval; you could make him as happy as an angel with a word of approval.
  • It was a sense of strict duty that impelled the question, for her heart sank at the prospect of spending the evening alone with the girl.
  • Whose heart is not touched by this most affecting display of the tender pity of the father, in union with the stern justice of the law-giver?
  • Constance felt Rosamond's head and listened to her heart in quite a professional manner.
  • Patricia's heart sank as Elinor turned to her, and her first words were not encouraging.
  • He determined therefore to operate on his heart itself, and cause him to put forth certain evil exercises in view of certain external motives.

Short Example Sentence for Heart

  • His heart was full of these emotions.
  • As if my heart could fail me then and there!
  • Randy felt his heart sink.
  • The tumult in her heart was too loud.
  • Her heart broke for grief.
  • The very possibility turns my heart to ice.
  • I have set my heart on finishing my play this autumn.
  • His flesh turned cold, his heart stood still.
  • It rankled in his heart that Harding should pity him.
  • But at heart he was a man's man.
  • His heart was irreparably another's.
  • A fresh volley of hisses broke from the very heart of the hall.
  • And with the fine mind she had a heart like her mother's.
  • Did not your heart sink within you when you saw the walls of Klausenburg?
  • Poor Emily's heart is equally broken.
  • When I sat down it was with a heart which had long ceased to beat.
  • I sobbed; my head beat like a heart in my brain; I wept rivers.
  • Then she had given her whole heart to Julia, and Julia, too, had deceived her.
  • His next day's ride took him into the heart of the hill-country.
  • Banfi's wife with a beating heart heard his familiar footsteps drawing nearer.

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