How to use heartbreaker in a sentence
An arc involving a winning lottery ticket and a blackout provides the skeleton of the new plot, and there’s a heartbreaker of a death scene.How In the Heights went from a student musical to one of the summer’s biggest movies | Constance Grady | June 11, 2021 | Vox
Something clicked for Porziņģis in his 10th game back, though, even as he scored just 19 points on 6-of-15 shooting and the Mavs lost a heartbreaker to the Suns.The Mavericks Bet Big On Kristaps Porziņģis. It’s Paying Off On Offense, But What About Defense? | Jared Dubin | April 14, 2021 | FiveThirtyEight
His 5-13 playoff record includes some of the game’s most famous heartbreakers.Marty Schottenheimer’s legacy can be measured in teams’ regret over letting him go | Leonard Shapiro | February 9, 2021 | Washington Post
It is, to borrow the title of an old Adams record, a heartbreaker.
New York Times Justin Bieber opens up about Selena Gomez in new song 'heartbreaker'.Lady Gaga Goes Naked on ‘ARTPOP’ Album Cover, Miley Cyrus Insults Matt Lauer’s Sex Life | Culture Team | October 7, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
But Randy White's true story can be gleaned from his feverish proposal, and it's a heartbreaker.
I soon noticed a man who was dancing with great assiduity, never stopping once--tall, swarthy, lively--a heartbreaker.Look Back on Happiness | Knut Hamsun
Its bad to learn hes a heartbreaker, but, after all, then theres all the more incentive to break his heart.
British Dictionary definitions for heartbreaker
a person or thing that causes intense sadness or disappointment
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