Full-hearted

Full´-heart`ed


a.1.Full of courage or confidence.
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The unprovoked war by the Saudis, with full-hearted support of their deranged and blood-drenched allies, is a great test for the conscience of the world.
The Chief Election Commissioner, on behalf of the ECB, also thanked the Bhutan Kuen-Nyam Party (BKP) and People's Democratic Party (PDP) for their full-hearted participation in the primary round.
In the full-hearted announcement, she wrote; 'This song is from me to you; straight from the depths of my heart.
5 Jones A trademark, full-hearted tackle seemed to trigger his early exit.
Roy, an ex-seminarian from Ilocos, published full-hearted love poems (to Carmelita) in the Blue Quill, the Philets college organ.
Her unorthodox approach is not for everyone, but it's full-hearted and sincere.
It's the gold that money just can't buy - as we can only receive this gold from a full-hearted gift.
On receiving the Julia Darling Travel Fellowship 2016, she said: "I'm absolutely thrilled to have been selected for this fellowship, particularly knowing that it exists to honour a writer who, among many other things, produced scathing, funny, full-hearted work about something so human, something I'm learning myself -- how to be a whole person in a brittle body."
Heath had promised that he would do nothing of the sort without the "full-hearted consent of the British people".
"The Scots I have come across have always been a loving and full-hearted people.
The referee said he witnessed "full-hearted right-handed punch" to the face.