bare (one's) heart

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bare (one's) heart

To share one's intimate thoughts or feelings with another person. I don't know Adam that well, so I was surprised that he bared his heart to me. There are very few people I would bare my heart to.
See also: bare, heart
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This is where three CRPF troopers ( names changed on request) met us in an effort to bare their hearts so that words can reach where their voices can't.
It will take a leap of faith by many to bare their hearts to a faceless public.
Whether serious or light-hearted, they are very honest and true as the writers really bare their hearts and minds to the world.
25, pilgrims will bare their hearts before Almighty Allah on the plains of Arafat and beseech Him to forgive them and bless them with their greatest desires.
They have bravely decided to bare their hearts to help promote National Road Victim Month, which aims to raise awareness of the 3,000 people killed and 500,000 injured on UK roads every year in drink-related tragedies.
Their childhood inscriptions provided no guidance for decoding the symbols or exhibiting the courage to bare their hearts to each other, making them deeply conflicted individuals.
Hopkins and Emily Dickinson, two tragic souls who had no chance to sing to their communities, to truthfully bare their hearts and souls and thus become the voices of their communities--their villages--come to mind.
Sometimes during these `confessions' one got a glimpse of something transcendent taking place, as people from opposing camps came close to laying bare their hearts and `turning the searchlight inwards'.
They bare their hearts and souls and they don't care if people think they are not interested in sex anymore.