American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Grievously sad.
- adj. Grieved and disappointed, especially with the loss or repudiation of a romantic relationship.
“The Greek translation of the word brokenhearted is suntribos, meaning “to crush completely or to shatter.””
“And all of this scrapping with Britney has apparently left Lynne Spears 'brokenhearted' – although hopefully not to the extent where Lynne will shave her head and waggle her vagina around in public a lot.”
“Britney Spears' mother is "brokenhearted" over recent difficulties in her relationship with her famous daughter, a friend of the family tells PEOPLE.”
“We're all kind of brokenhearted around here," said Williams, who made his first public comments about the crash at a village board meeting.”
“We're all kind of brokenhearted around here," said Lynwood Mayor Eugene Williams, who made his first public comments about the crash at a village board meeting Tuesday night.”
“Berro and his engineer, Tim Podczerviensky, along with firefighter Paul Guerrero, made a splint for Spot and drove him to Animal Emergency Referral Center in Torrance. were just kind of brokenhearted, "said Podczerviensky, who sat in the back of the firetruck, trying to calm the quivering animal.”
“He announced his mission as "Good news for the poor," vowing service to help heal the brokenhearted and feed the poor.”
“The postal carrier says she is brokenhearted about what happened.”
“First he recruits a traveling companion, another brokenhearted guy who at least knows how to sail.”
“His was a religion of the heart and the soul, a religion of the poor and the humble, the brokenhearted and the lost.”
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