bottom of (one's) heart

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bottom of (one's) heart

An expression of sincerity, usually appearing in the phrase, "from the bottom of my heart." I truly mean what I said! From the bottom of my heart! I think she really does love him—from the bottom of her heart.
See also: bottom, heart, of
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The diffidence, then, with which I venture to dispute their authority would be overwhelming did I not feel, from the bottom of my heart, that learning has little to do with the imagination-intellect with the passions-or age with poetry.
Once there, I believed I could force on the visit to the lawyer, even if my uncle were now insincere in proposing it; and, perhaps, in the bottom of my heart, I wished a nearer view of the sea and ships.
After all I had listened to upon the way, I looked at that ship with an extreme abhorrence; and from the bottom of my heart I pitied all poor souls that were condemned to sail in her.
If it was not too late to wish, I should wish, from the bottom of my heart, that Norah had taken your advice, and had refused to see her.
The strain was great enough when I had merely the work in the printing-office; but now I came home from my Blackstone mentally fagged, and I could not take up the authors whom at the bottom of my heart I loved so much better.
Again, I express my consolation and apology from the bottom of my heart.
I really congratulate all three winners from the bottom of my heart.
org/sally morganbailey Any amount would be amazing, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart if you donate.
From the bottom of my heart, I'd like to thank the two schoolboys who helped me.
From the bottom of my heart I congratulate you with Defenders of the Motherland Day
Once again I thank you all from the bottom of my heart and hope you all have a big win on the lottery.
ON BEHALF of the ante-post betting fraternity, I would like to thank Jim Bolger from the bottom of my heart for producing an 11th-hour volte-face in deciding to run New Approach in the Derby.
Please, I am asking you this from the bottom of my heart - please let our loved ones come home.
I would like to thank, from the bottom of my heart the couple who on hearing of my plight gave me pounds 50 and insisted on me taking it.
From the bottom of my heart, I feel so blessed so many people care about me and my family,'' she said, saying her neighbors had given clothes, toiletries, dog houses, dog food and hay for her horses.