pour (one's) heart out (to someone)

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pour (one's) heart out (to someone)

To share one's deepest or most intimate emotions, thoughts, or secrets, especially in a profuse or sudden manner. Samantha poured her heart out to me last night about how grief-stricken she's been since her father passed away. Sorry for pouring my heart out like that. I've been keeping those feelings bottled up for a long time.
See also: heart, out, pour
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pour one's heart out to someone

 and pour one's heart out
Fig. to tell one's personal feelings to someone else. I didn't mean to pour my heart out to you, but I guess I just had to talk to someone. She poured out her heart to her friend.
See also: heart, out, pour
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

pour your heart out

express your deepest feelings or thoughts in a full and unrestrained way.
2004 Sean Taylor Within the Legend of a Hero She wished above all else to pour her heart out to him, to tell her sins without hesitation, to release that which she feared with all her soul.
See also: heart, out, pour
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pour your ˈheart out (to somebody)

tell somebody all about your troubles, feelings, etc: When I asked her what was the matter, she burst into tears and poured out her heart to me.
See also: heart, out, pour
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