lonely hearts


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lonely hearts

adj
(often capitals) of or for people who wish to meet a congenial companion or marriage partner: a lonely hearts advertisement.
Translations

lonely hearts

adj lonely hearts adannuncio per cuori solitari
lonely hearts column → messaggi mpl personali
lonely hearts club → club m inv dei cuori solitari
References in classic literature ?
He felt like a prince returned from excile, and his lonely heart burgeoned in the geniality in which it bathed.
He beat upon his great chest with his clenched fists, and then he fell upon the body of Kala and sobbed out the pitiful sorrowing of his lonely heart.
As for patronising, you may walk on me if you want to, and I won't mind," said Phebe, in a burst of gratitude, for the words, "we are sisters" went straight to her lonely heart and nestled there.
The Lonely Hearts Hotel is another magical, darkly quirky novel by Heather O'Neill.
Comprising 28 pieces, the collection includes a limited edition run of 50 Lonely Hearts Club parkas as well as other key styles such as the Strawberry Fields Coat and the Pepper Jacket.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band in its own way by bringing the colourful Rolls-Royce Phantom V, famous for being owned by John Lennon, back home to London for the British public to see.
It would potentially have put the original Lonely Hearts Club Band to shame.
Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is the top-selling UK album of all time.
Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, the explosive year of 1967 got the album it deserved -- delivered from a band desperate to replace its mop-top-boys persona with that of artists-basking-in-the-glow-of-psychedelia.
Beginning in Thailand, Katy's travels were at the centre of her popular blog, which has in turn led her to releasing three novels under the Lonely Hearts Travel Club umbrella.
Some of the long-running series' stars - and its most famous monsters - were gathered together in a picture inspired by the classic cover of The Beatles Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Penny Lane Bloom, founder of her high school's Lonely Hearts Club, has decided not to swear off boys after all and is now in a relationship with a great guy.