bless (someone's) heart

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bless (someone's) heart

An expression of endearment, fondness, or appreciation for another person. Look at this picture that my sweet daughter drew me, bless her heart! Bless your heart, Jean. I know I can always count on you to help me in a crisis.
See also: bless, heart
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And Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour, bless her heart, she championed me as someone who should host it," the actor said.
And Asian Games gold medalist Margielyn Didal -- bless her heart -- could again provide another shining moment for the Filipinos during the prestigious competition.
"Bless her heart, she throwing shots but every line sucks," Meek Mill's ex raps.
Even stories set well after that time focus on it in retrospect, such as in "Bless Her Heart," where a granddaughter interviews her aging grandmother about the Depression.
My daughter, bless her heart, gleefully tells me I am developing a bald patch, sometimes two or three times in an hour.
Bless her heart. Ealing's gem has survived remakes for stage and screen.
"It was only her second run and I thought she was pretty impressive, bless her heart," said Crowley.
He remembers: "My mother's cleaning lady Mrs Puttock, bless her heart, said she absolutely loved it, but she didn't understand a single word of it.
As we are one of the first families in the world (after Madonna, bless her heart) to adopt internationally from the tiny African nation, the outcome was terrifyingly unpredictable.
A Northerner (bless her heart) once asked me (while then a resident of Georgia), what Southerners mean by sense of place.
If I listen hard enough, I can still hear my mother's voice lost in the fog of a lifetime spent in department stores asking with a sense of charm bred only in the South, "Pardon me Ma'am, but does this come in eggshell?" Bless her heart, my mother instilled in me a very, very dangerous habit.
I went to pick the kids up from school and they both lunged at me and I was like, 'Arghhhh.' "Evie, bless her heart, keeps on saying, 'Mummy you mustn't lift me up, you shouldn't carry me'."
Bless her heart, she was very brave about it, but we agree that proper check-ups are important and so it will be.
waitress who (bless her heart) plunks our drinks down out of reach and