Related formsheart·bro·ken·ly, adverbheart·bro·ken·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for heartbroken
And when that happened several months back, the friend said, Brinsley was heartbroken.
Why do they sincerely try to restore, or preserve, the line between the two, and get heartbroken when the line fails?
Her heartbroken and horrified brother, Sam Jones, made the identification.Indiana Serial Killer’s Confession Was Just the Start|Michael Daly|October 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For now, even the tragedy that left many local people in shock and heartbroken has not brought on a lull in the fighting.In the Killing Fields of Ukraine with Children Who Saw the MH17 Horror|Anna Nemtsova|July 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Cue damaged teenagers, heartbroken parents, and crusading lawyers who blow the whole story open.‘Kids for Cash’: Crooked Judge, Damaged Teens, and the Perils of Zero Tolerance|Ronald K. Fried|February 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She stood undaunted amid these horrors; but her lover, dismayed and heartbroken, sickened and died.Pioneers Of France In The New World|Francis Parkman, Jr.
Feebly she climbed the long stairs and sat down to wait, heartbroken.A Book o' Nine Tales.|Arlo Bates
Clif was so heartbroken at that sudden ending of all his hopes, that he scarcely cared whether he was drowned or not.A Prisoner of Morro|Upton Sinclair
They really were very merry, and he thought Daffodil was not so much changed after all, nor heartbroken.A Little Girl in Old Pittsburg|Amanda M. Douglas
Lloyd is so devoted to him that she is heartbroken if he has to be tied up or made uncomfortable in any way.The Little Colonel's Hero|Annie Fellows Johnston