- not in love.
- wholehearted; sincere.
Origin of heart-whole
late Middle English word dating back to 1425–75
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Examples from the Web for heart-whole
But apart from this one episode she had reached the age of twenty-three heart-whole.All Roads Lead to Calvary
Jerome K. Jerome
He had no right, by any law, to say it as a fact that Adela Gauntlet was not heart-whole.The Bertrams
Be that as it may, Graham was still unmarried and heart-whole.The Parisians, Complete
Take for your comfort, Auntie dear, that I am free an heart-whole.The Man
I did not know then, dear—I was a mere girl—I accepted him heart-whole.Witness to the Deed
George Manville Fenn
- not in love
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