broken-hearted

  • 1 Broken-hearted — Bro ken heart ed, a. Having the spirits depressed or crushed by grief or despair. [1913 Webster] She left her husband almost broken hearted. Macaulay. [1913 Webster] Syn: Disconsolable; heart broken; inconsolable; comfortless; woe begone; forlorn …

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  • 2 broken-hearted — adj extremely sad, especially because someone you love has died or left you →↑heartbroken ▪ He was broken hearted when she left …

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  • 3 broken-hearted — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ overwhelmed by grief or disappointment …

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  • 4 Broken Hearted Me — Infobox Single Name = Broken Hearted Me Cover size = Border = Caption = Artist = Anne Murray Album = I ll Always Love You A side = B side = Released = September 1979 Format = Recorded = 1979 Genre = Country, Adult contemporary Length = 3:43 Label …

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  • 5 Broken Hearted — Infobox Single Name= Broken Hearted Artist= Eighteen Visions from Album= Eighteen Visions| Released= 2006 Format= CD, MCD Recorded= Genre= Alternative metal Length= 3:40 Label= Trustkill Records Epic Records Producer= Machine Writer=… …

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  • 6 broken-hearted — bro|ken hearted [ ,broukən hartəd ] adjective extremely sad: He was broken hearted when his dog died …

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  • 7 broken-hearted — adjective his broken hearted family Syn: heartbroken, grief stricken, desolate, devastated, despondent, inconsolable, disconsolate, miserable, depressed, melancholy, wretched, sorrowful, forlorn, heavy hearted, woeful, doleful, downcast,… …

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  • 8 broken-hearted — adjective extremely sad, especially because someone you love has died or left you: He dumped her for no apparent reason, and left her broken hearted. broken heartedly adverb …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 9 broken-hearted — ADJ Someone who is broken hearted is very sad and upset because they have had a serious disappointment …

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  • 10 broken-hearted — UK [ˌbrəʊkən ˈhɑː(r)tɪd] / US [ˌbroʊkən ˈhɑrtəd] adjective extremely sad He was broken hearted when his dog died …

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  • 11 broken-hearted — a. Disconsolate, inconsolable, comfortless, cheerless, sad, sorrowful, melancholy, woe begone, forlorn, undone, crushed, broken down, despairing, hopeless, quite dispirited, heart broken, in despair …

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  • 12 broken-hearted — adjective overwhelmed by grief or disappointment. Derivatives broken heartedness noun …

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  • 13 broken-hearted — adjective Feeling depressed, despondent, or hopeless, especially over losing a love …

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  • 14 broken-hearted — Synonyms and related words: cheerless, crushed, dejected, depressed, devastated, disconsolate, doleful, dolorous, down, downcast, downhearted, forlorn, gloomy, glum, grief stricken, heartsick, inconsolable, melancholy, miserable, morose,… …

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  • 15 broken-hearted — (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. heartbroken, grief stricken, mournful, forlorn, despairing, dejected, inconsolable, desolate, crushed. ANT.: euphoric, elated, joyous …

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  • 16 broken-hearted — extremely disappointed, made sad …

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  • 17 broken-hearted — adj grief stricken, sorrowful, mournful, disconsolate, comfortless, inconsolable; overcome, prostrated, stricken, heavy laden, lamenting, forlorn, bowed down, spiritless; disappointed, dejected, heartbroken, crestfallen; dashed, crushed,… …

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  • 18 broken-hearted — [ˌbrəʊkən ˈhɑːtɪd] adj extremely sad …

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  • 19 broken-hearted — /broʊkən ˈhatəd/ (say brohkuhn hahtuhd) adjective crushed by grief …

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  • 20 broken-hearted — adj heartbroken, inconsolable, devastated, grief stricken, desolate, despairing, miserable, wretched, mournful, sorrowful, sad, unhappy, dejected, despondent, crestfallen, disappointed FORMAL dolorous, forlorn, wretched, disconsolate, prostrated… …

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