from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Candid; frank.
- n. An intimate conversation in private.
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- n. an intimate talk in private
- adj. openly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness
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Posada and Girardi had what each described as a heart-to-heart meeting Sunday at Yankee Stadium before the team finished its three-game series against Boston.
Still, La Russa said he did not make the final decision to start Carpenter until Friday, and only did so after the pitching coach Dave Duncan had what La Russa called a heart-to-heart conversation with the pitcher to assess his true physical state.
This vision gave him ownership of giraffe n|om, which means that he owns a heart-to-heart connection—a soul rope—with the giraffe.
N|om yanks the rope of two people who have a true heart-to-heart commitment in their relationship.
This expression of love includes the n|om hugs that are a heart-to-heart transmission, a ≠ara-khoe.
But after her and Ballas' heart-to-heart about his 'tude towards Len Goodman, Kane says the duo is "clicking better ever."
But when we get back on Sunday you have to take a deep, calming breath and have a heart-to-heart with your boyfriend . . .
Another winner is to pair the a light sleeper with inhumanely early morning classes with a socially alcoholic roommate who has adopted the habit of bringing home several drunk friends every night to have loud, heart-to-heart conversations about who is “floorcesting” and who can't hold their liquor.
A couple of weeks ago I had a really great heart-to-heart conversation with a fellow journalist, an editor at a major lifestyle publication.
Situations like this, where things are so unbelievably NOT FAIR and so seemingly devoid of hope are the ones that make me want to have a long heart-to-heart with God someday.