Heartbroken
Heartbroken Heart"bro`ken (-br[=o]`k'n), a. Overcome by crushing sorrow; deeply grieved. [1913 Webster]

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  • heartbroken — 1580s, prp. of HEARTBREAK (Cf. heartbreak) …   Etymology dictionary

  • heartbroken — [härt′brō΄kən] adj. overwhelmed with sorrow, grief, or disappointment …   English World dictionary

  • heartbroken — adj. 1) heartbroken about, at, over (heartbroken over a friend s death) 2) heartbroken to + inf. (she was heartbroken to learn of the verdict) 3) heartbroken that + clause (I m heartbroken that he cannot come) * * * [ hɑːtˌbrəʊkən] at over… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • Heartbroken — Infobox Single Name = Heartbroken Artist = T2 featuring Jodie Aysha from Album = Bassline A side = B side = Released = November 12, 2007 (physical release) Format = CD, 12 Vinyl, Digital Download Recorded = 2007 Genre = Bassline house Length =… …   Wikipedia

  • heartbroken — [[t]hɑ͟ː(r)tbroʊkən[/t]] ADJ GRADED Someone who is heartbroken is very sad and emotionally upset. Was your daddy heartbroken when they got a divorce? Syn: broken hearted …   English dictionary

  • heartbroken — adjective Suffering from sorrow, especially after a failed romance When he told me he didnt want to see me anymore, I was heartbroken Syn: brokenhearted …   Wiktionary

  • heartbroken — adjective extremely sad because of something that has happened: When her parents split up she was heartbroken …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • heartbroken — adjective the disqualified gymnasts were heartbroken Syn: anguished, devastated, broken hearted, heavy hearted, grieving, grief stricken, inconsolable, crushed, shattered, desolate, despairing; upset, distressed, miserable, sorrowful, sad,… …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • heartbroken — heartbreak ► NOUN ▪ overwhelming distress. DERIVATIVES heartbreaker noun heartbreaking adjective heartbroken adjective …   English terms dictionary

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