my heart bleeds for you
I don't feel at all sorry for you, I don't sympathize, as in You only got a five percent raise? My heart bleeds for you. Originating in the late 1300s, this hyperbolic expression of sympathy has been used ironically since the mid-1700s.
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My Apology vs. My ApologiesIf you need to say you’re sorry, it helps to know whether you’re sending your apology or apologies.The phrase my apologies is an idiom, while the phrase my apology literally means my act of apologizing. As an idiom, my apologies means excuses or regrets. This phrase is a way of saying you’re sorry. The phrase my apology is not an idiom. It only has a …
- my country, 'tis of thee,
- my eye,
- my fair lady,
- my god,
- my god, my god, why hast thou forsaken me?,
- my lai,
- my lai massacre,
- my name is mud,
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