with all (one's) heart

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with all (one's) heart

With one's sincerest feelings. I will love you with all my heart until the day we die. I just wanted to tell you, with all my heart, how proud I am of you.
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with all one's heart (and soul)

Cliché very sincerely. Oh, Bill, I love you with all my heart and soul, and I always will! She thanked us with all her heart and soul for the gift.
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with all one's heart

With great willingness or pleasure; also, with the deepest feeling or devotion. For example, I wish you well with all my heart. [Late 1400s]
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with all your ˈheart/your whole ˈheart

used for emphasizing how strongly you feel about something: She hoped with all her heart that she would never have to see him again.I love you with all my heart.
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with all (one's) heart

1. With great willingness or pleasure.
2. With the deepest feeling or devotion.
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with all my heart

With all the energy and enthusiasm I can muster. This phrase has been around since the sixteenth century, and was so well known by the time Jonathan Swift assembled Polite Conversation (1738) that he wrote, “With all my heart and a piece of my liver.” A century earlier Philip Massinger also had played with it (The Great Duke of Florence, 1636): “Once more to you, with a heart and a half.”
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