(one's) heart goes out to (someone)(redirected from heart goes out to one)
(one's) heart goes out to (someone)
One feels sympathy toward someone, typically because someone is experiencing a particularly tragic situation. My heart goes out to Tim. I can't believe he's had to endure yet another tragedy. Our hearts go out to all who have been affected by this disaster. We will not forget you.
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one's heart goes out to someone
Fig. one feels great sympathy for someone. My heart goes out to the grieving family. Let your heart go out to those who are suffering, and pray for their improvement.
heart goes out to, one's
One's sympathy is extended to someone, as in She's had a terrible time of it; my heart goes out to her. [Late 1700s]
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your heart goes ˈout to somebodyyou feel great pity or sympathy for somebody: My heart goes out to all those who lost friends and relatives in the disaster.
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