win (one's) heart

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win (one's) heart

To gain the love, affection, or admiration of someone. Can also be structured "win the heart of (someone)." She wasn't too impressed with me when I first met her, but I managed to win her heart by opening up to her about my aspirations as an artist. The rising star has already won the hearts of fans across the country, as her career continues its meteoric rise.
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win someone's heart

 and win the heart of someone
Fig. to gain the affection of someone; to win the love of someone exclusively. I hope to win her heart and make her my bride.
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win somebody’s ˈheart

make somebody love you: The children have won the old man’s heart.The actress who played Natasha won the hearts of the audience.
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You expect nothing but emotional truth from Fishburne and Bassett, but it's young Palmer who wins your heart with a performance that's completely free of guile and affectation.
The spectacularly ungainly Catholic schoolgirl is such a poignant comic creation - ever aboil with misdirected neediness, engaging (if gross) quirks and repressed everything - that she wins your heart with each panty-exposing pratfall.