heart in the right place, have one's
Be well-intentioned, Her plan to reconcile them didn't succeed, but she had her heart in the right place. [Early 1800s]
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- heart disease,
- heart failure,
- heart goes out to, one's,
- heart in it, have one's,
- heart in one's mouth, have one's,
- heart is a lonely hunter, the,
- heart is set on,
- heart massage,
- heart misses a beat, one's,
- heart murmur
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