heart-whole

[ hahrt-hohl ]
/ ˈhɑrtˌhoʊl /
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adjective

not in love.
wholehearted; sincere.

Origin of heart-whole

late Middle English word dating back to 1425–75
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British Dictionary definitions for heart-whole

heart-whole

adjective rare

not in love
sincere
stout-hearted

Derived Forms

heart-wholeness, noun
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