One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Allow or force oneself to do something.‘I ask you to find it in your heart to forgive me’
- ‘Now the 48-year-old mum is hoping someone, somewhere will find it in their heart to give it back.’
- ‘If each one of you can find it in your heart to donate £5, we will be able to buy tape stock.’
- ‘I love you Emily, please I hope some day you will find it in your heart to forgive me, or at least allow me to say how truly sorry I am.’
- ‘For the life of me, I can't find it in my heart to loathe rabbits the way I do other pests like possums and stoats.’
- ‘Sometimes humans try to destroy you even when you find it in your heart to do your best to assist them and elevate them from hovel to palace.’
- ‘I hope you find it in your heart to let people know about this.’
- ‘I wish you could have found it in your heart to sit down with me and discuss this instead of airing our dirty laundry in public as you have done in the past.’
- ‘But I only hope that people will find it in their heart to forgive me for that grievous mistake on that occasion.’
- ‘I was worried but couldn't find it in my heart to ask him not to go.’
- ‘However, I can't find it in my heart to hate this one, maybe it's the singing, maybe it's a well-constructed song, maybe it's just a better example of the genre.’
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