heavy-hearted


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heav·y-heart·ed

(hĕv′ē-här′tĭd)
adj.
Melancholy; depressed; sad.

heav′y-heart′ed·ly adv.
heav′y-heart′ed·ness n.

heavy-hearted

adj
sad; melancholy
ˈheavy-heartedly adv

heav′y-heart′ed



adj.
sorrowful; melancholy; dejected.
[1350–1400]
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heavy-hearted

[ˌhevɪˈhɑːtɪd] ADJapesadumbrado, acongojado

heavy-hearted

[ˌhɛvɪˈhɑːtɪd] adj to be heavy-heartedavere il cuore gonfio
References in classic literature ?
She wondered how it came to pass, that her life of a few weeks, here in this heavy-hearted old mansion, had taken such hold of her, and so melted into her associations, as now to seem a more important centre-point of remembrance than all which had gone before.
I felt a little bit heavy-hearted about the gang, but not much, for I reckoned if they could stand it I could.
So when Mowgli, heavy-hearted, came up through the well- remembered rocks to the place where he had been brought into the Council, he found only the Four, Baloo, who was nearly blind with age, and the heavy, cold-blooded Kaa coiled around Akela's empty seat.