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adjective as in genuine

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An apartment full of friends hurried to get ready before the night of heartfelt vows, joyful dancing, and talking really loudly over music.

From Vox

In Orlando, NBC has set up an encampment so athletes’ friends and family, barred from traveling to Tokyo, can conjure up heartfelt moments on American soil instead.

A handful of friends eagerly awaited the outcome and rushed towards me with hugs and heartfelt congratulations.

We hope that those who suffered harm will accept the Board’s profound and heartfelt apology as the School commits to the work ahead.

The show’s heartfelt optimism was part of what made it so effective.

From Vox

There were even heartfelt pleas for consideration, before—what?

This is heartfelt music, and after a first encounter you will find yourself coming back for more.

I reached out with heartfelt pleas, and spoke to people that I felt were ideal—and I was right in most cases.

He is deeply rooted in a heartfelt and learned cosmopolitan spiritualism.

A heartfelt and somewhat pathetic note the then-governor wrote to his wife in September 2011 was revealed in court on Thursday.

The quiet comfort and heartfelt warmth of an English fireside must be felt to be appreciated.

If ever a heartfelt thanksgiving went up to Heaven one from me will ascend to-night.

All races and degrees are united in heartfelt opposition to the Men of Mulinuu.

Mr. Pickwick expressed his heartfelt delight at every additional suggestion; and his eyes beamed with hilarity and cheerfulness.

A tear, a heartfelt tear, came from the eyes of more than one of the sympathetic group.


On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to heartfelt, such as: ardent, cordial, earnest, fervent, hearty, and honest.

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