put (one's) heart and soul into (doing) (something)

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put (one's) heart and soul into (doing) (something)

To do something with the utmost of one's energy, enthusiasm, and determination. We've put our hearts and souls into developing a truly revolutionary way of staying in touch with loved ones. I'm so sorry that you lost the restaurant, Jim; I know you put your heart and soul into it.
See also: and, heart, put, soul
References in classic literature ?
With these words he put heart and soul into them all.
With these words she put heart and soul into them all, while Minerva sprang to the side of the son of Tydeus, whom she found near his chariot and horses, cooling the wound that Pandarus had given him.