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/ ˈhoʊlˈhɑr tɪd /
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OTHER WORDS FROM wholeheartedwhole·heart·ed·ly, adverbwhole·heart·ed·ness, noun
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How to use wholehearted in a sentence
There was a wholeheartedness about Bully Rawson and his doings which left no room for doubt.A Secret of the Lebombo|Bertram Mitford
He is a possessor and advocate of wholeheartedness and sincerity, being charitable to a difference or a fault.
But no longer he swore at them with his former wholeheartedness.The White Mice|Richard Harding Davis
We all laughed at that, grudgingly at first, then with a touch of wholeheartedness.The Night of the Long Knives|Fritz Reuter Leiber
British Dictionary definitions for wholehearted
/ (ˌhəʊlˈhɑːtɪd) /
done, acted, given, etc, with total sincerity, enthusiasm, or commitment
Derived forms of wholeheartedwholeheartedly, adverbwholeheartedness, noun
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