Definitions

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  • adj. Whole in heart; cheerfully buoyant, loyal, etc.

Etymologies

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From heart +‎ whole.

Examples

  • See supra, p. 102. 336 i.e. her favours were not lawful till the union was sanctified by heartwhole

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • She released him, — declared her own purpose of marrying well; and then, though there had been a moment in which her own assurance of her own love had been passionate enough, she went so far as to tell him that she was heartwhole.

    The Duke's Children

  • And what could two handsome, heartwhole, sentimental young beings do but fall ----

    Doctor Jones' Picnic

  • He entered heartwhole on all his amatory adventures, and left them with indifference.

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

  • And, when he found that out, being heartwhole at the time and poor as a mouse, he couldn't but see that to wed Mary Jane would be a pretty useful step; because she had her own money and was a nice enough woman, though not very good-looking.

    The Torch and Other Tales

  • Temple whom they all would have scorned, there was always a certain subtle something wanting, and the lack of it kept him heartwhole.

    Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1909 to 1922

  • And so the mystery was solved, and Barney escaped, be it said, heartwhole and body free -- while Frank and his friends returned to the city.

    Frank Merriwell's Reward

  • They will not make me dream of women, my friend: I am heartwhole.

    Act III

  • I come to you heartwhole and passionless, without a single love-word chronicled in my girlhood's history, or a single incident you may not know.

    Temporal Power

  • I should have put her down as absolutely heartwhole and as never having experienced the slightest real care or trouble, as never having quite recognized that she had grown into womanhood.

    A Girl of the Commune

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