(one's) heart's desire

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(one's) heart's desire

Something one very much wants or needs. After my six-month tour in Iraq, my heart's desire is just to see my husband again.
See also: desire

your heart's desire

LITERARY
If someone or something is your heart's desire, you want that person or thing very much. Note: The heart is traditionally regarded as the centre of the emotions. He was extremely dishonest in his efforts to achieve his heart's desire.
See also: desire

your heart's desire

someone or something that is greatly wished for.
See also: desire
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The curvaceous blonde, who incidentally doesn't have a driver's license, appears in the 60-second ad that is said to be "a tongue-in-cheek depiction of how far a person might - or might not - go to get their heart's desire.
Trouble is, he's grown into a man (charmingly and powerfully played by first-time actor Menothy Cesar) who, while happy to service the generous ladies, refuses to be anybody's anything, even their heart's desire.
While they get relief from pain or their hands on something they've always coveted, their heart's desire comes with a price because Leland is the devil in disguise.
As today's customers know, with the help of these new products, they can find their heart's desire in their own backyards.
Dream cars were the major pull for many visitors to the show where for a few hours they could peruse their heart's desire.