Definition of heartfelt in English:

heartfelt

adjective

  • (of a feeling or its expression) sincere; deeply and strongly felt.

    ‘our heartfelt thanks’
    • ‘We extend our heartfelt sympathy to his wife and family, relations and friends.’
    • ‘Work on keeping a balance between heartfelt enthusiasm and manic overzealotry.’
    • ‘It is easy to misuse one of the most heartfelt passions of mankind, namely, religion.’
    • ‘I replied, somewhat curtly, stopping sipping to accentuate my heartfelt disappointment.’
    • ‘He's trying to do away with the cynical sneer and make a genuine film with heartfelt emotion.’
    • ‘But we locals were also affected by a sense of heartfelt relief that, in turn, led to not a little anger.’
    • ‘Handed a microphone at the final whistle, he offered heartfelt thanks for their support since his arrival.’
    • ‘Today his parents have made a heartfelt plea for teenagers to share their problems following the death of their son.’
    • ‘To his heartbroken family and friends, we offer our deepest and heartfelt sympathy.’
    • ‘The quality content has left me feeling mentally stimulated and with heartfelt hope.’
    • ‘The woman looked blissfully content, as though she had been granted her most heartfelt desire.’
    • ‘To her family and friends, we offer our deepest and heartfelt sympathy on the loss of their loved one.’
    • ‘But then he looked up at her with a heartfelt expression, and proceeded to beg.’
    • ‘To his family and friends, we offer our heartfelt sympathy on their sad loss.’
    • ‘Please, if you've written or messaged me, accept this as our heartfelt thanks for your good thoughts.’
    • ‘Alex shrugged as she dug out a small chunk and stuck it in her mouth and groaned in heartfelt appreciation.’
    • ‘It epitomises the exuberant way they have of expressing candidness and their heartfelt passion for music.’
    • ‘Panting, he looked down at her and searched her face for any sign of murderous anger or heartfelt anguish.’
    • ‘We send all our love and heartfelt sorrow for all your family and everybody who knew and loved you.’
    • ‘The emotion was raw, the anger was genuine and the agony was heartfelt.’
    sincere, genuine, unfeigned, deeply felt, from the heart
    earnest, profound, deep, wholehearted, ardent, fervent, passionate, enthusiastic, eager, kindly, warm, cordial
    honest, bona fide
    full-hearted
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Pronunciation:

heartfelt

/ˈhärtˌfelt/