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(your) heart goes out to (someone)

This page is about the idiom (your) heart goes out to (someone)

Meaning: If your heart goes out to someone, you feel great sympathy for them.

For example:

  • We're so sorry to hear of your loss, and our hearts go out to you in this difficult time.

  • My heart went out to Kerry when I heard that her dog had died. I know how much she loved him.

Quick Quiz:

The president said his heart went out to

a. all the earthquake victims

b. all his old girlfriends

c. all the money he lost

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Contributor: Matt Errey