heartsore


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heartsore

(ˈhɑːtˌsɔː)
n
the cause of pain in the heart or the pain itself
adj
having a sore heart; greatly distressed
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The lurid swiftness of it all was like a stunning thunder-clap - and, one evening, I found myself weary, heartsore, my brain still dazed and with awe in my heart entering Marseilles by way of the railway station, after many adventures, one more disagreeable than another, involving privations, great exertions, a lot of difficulties with all sorts of people who looked upon me evidently more as a discreditable vagabond deserving the attentions of gendarmes than a respectable (if crazy) young gentleman attended by a guardian angel of his own.
There is, in that city of London there, some property of ours which is much at this day what Bleak House was then; I say property of ours, meaning of the suit's, but I ought to call it the property of costs, for costs is the only power on earth that will ever get anything out of it now or will ever know it for anything but an eyesore and a heartsore.
com website: A hushed, heartsore, wholly immersive story of tentative human connection across a generational gulf, the film, which world premiered in the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, fully deserves to take up the baton for this distinctive and exciting national cinema next year.
Julie Walters, her friend of 40 years and who starred with her in Dinnerladies and Acorn Antiques, said: "Too heartsore to comment.
Close pal Julie Walters, who starred with her in Dinnerladies and Acorn Antiques, said: "Too heartsore to comment.