heavy-hearted

[ hev-ee-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF heavy-hearted
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She was worn, and altered, full of grief, and heavy-hearted; but the same to him.

Be no longer Brian the heavy-hearted; be, as thou ever art, Brian the brave!

And then he called aloud: "Who sings of triumph to Brian the heavy-hearted?"

Then at last he was gone, and she went about her heavy-hearted preparations for the night.

"I know that I did not tell you the truth," said the heavy-hearted man.

"I think—I think perhaps it's warm enough outside," he said, heavy-hearted.

It would not have been like this heavy-hearted wise one to disregard it.

But at any rate, mother declared that she was no longer "heavy-hearted."

"Heavy-hearted, he never held spear or shield again," says the chronicle.

Heavy-hearted and full of foreboding, Matt dropped into a chair.

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