Origin of heartbreaker
Examples from the Web for heartbreaker
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|DAILY BEAST
Its bad to learn hes a heartbreaker, but, after all, then theres all the more incentive to break his heart.
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
British Dictionary definitions for heartbreaker
Word Origin and History for heartbreaker
1660s, originally "a fetching lock of hair;" of persons, from 1863; agent noun from heartbreak.