- n. informal A person with no friends of the opposite sex looking for a spouse or companion
“Cragen (Dann Florek) out of the precinct, but in this week's episode (10/9c, NBC), he goes undercover as a lonely-heart to nail a killer involved in a Russian Mafia mail-order-bride scheme. ...”
“Then, whoopsies, she meets one: Nick (Josh Duhamel), an affable, accident-prone lonely-heart who twinkles in his natural state.”
“Scientifically engineered for maximum shriek-and-squeal value among Efron's legion of distaff tween fans (and no small number of lonely-heart cougars and gay men), the movie opens on His Zacness 'sweaty, shirtless torso glistening under the lights of a high school gymnasium, as his character, 17-year-old basketball phenom Mike O'Donnell, practices his jump shot before a big game.”
“This isn’t one of those white Elmira lonely-heart losers the inmates lined up for room and board when they got out.”
“What d'you think this place is -- a lonely-heart home for badgers? ”
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