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bleeding heart

noun as in sympathetic person

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Example Sentences

In the experiment, Yuk treated rats with bleeding heart and liver injuries with products typically used by surgeons.

She had what is often called a bleeding heart; it had been part of her since childhood.

Some of the bleeding-heart left-wing, extreme left-wing, are actually different from liberals.

Andrew Sullivan directs us to the interesting discussion at Bleeding Heart Libertarians, "why aren't more libertarians women."

In Sodom, the mob comes to get the strangers and the bleeding-heart liberal who tried to put a roof over their head.

Just plain, old-fashioned, bleeding-heart liberal Democrats.

He made no reference or allusion to his loss, but all could see he carried a bleeding heart.

How kindly, my beloved Mrs. Norton, do you soothe the anguish of a bleeding heart!

He pressed his forehead against the saddle, and from the depth of a bleeding heart came up an agonised exclamation.

Blotted out, too, were the years of his anger and the scars of a bleeding heart, and years of indignant suffering.

Dicentra spectabilis (Bleeding Heart), red and white; one to two feet; May.


On this page you'll find 167 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bleeding-heart, such as: affectionate, amiable, charitable, compassionate, considerate, and cordial.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.