heartbreak

[ hahrt-breyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF heartbreak

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEARTBREAK

Neither was the heartbreak in his tone when he spoke of his boy.

I stayed to dinner next day in spite of my heartbreak and my sadness.

To-day in my loneliness and heartbreak I care and hunger for her more than ever.

The letter was brief, containing a world of heartbreak and broken hopes.

The Chisera's whole appearance is of heartbreak and neglect.

And there were heartbreak years ahead before the Goddard was finally ready.

“S-sabotage,” said Sally in an indescribable tone that had a suggestion of heartbreak.

Heartbreak does seem contagious in these days; who shall escape?

The heartbreak of any human soul or cause is not to have been equal to its opportunity.

Suddenly Ted's misery and heartbreak were too great a burden to bear alone.

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