- fully or completely sincere, enthusiastic, energetic, etc.; hearty; earnest: a wholehearted attempt to comply.
Origin of wholehearted
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Examples from the Web for wholehearted
She was not prepared for their wholehearted praise, for their delight and appreciation.Her Father's Daughter
The most wholehearted (p. 041) efforts were not always successful.
Wholehearted in his belief of Them, yet it was not to him They had talked.Eight Keys to Eden
Mark Irvin Clifton
Now, complete and wholehearted absorption in public interests is rare.Liberalism
L. T. Hobhouse
Wholehearted praise is sincere, and all the singer's being is fused into it.The Expositor's Bible: The Psalms, Vol. 1
- done, acted, given, etc, with total sincerity, enthusiasm, or commitment
Word Origin and History for wholehearted
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