brokenhearted brokenhearted


  • (adj) full of sorrow



  1. Like Holiday, Peyroux has a bittersweet, brokenhearted alto; she lingers and slides off notes, finding emotion in the slow, sad fade rather than the obvious vocal burst.
  2. A brokenhearted father takes over the proceedings, calling the Royals insulting names and pressing a bizarre conspiracy theory that he holds to be fact.
  3. As I hold her, a girl in Santee is attempting to find the words to buoy the spirits of a brokenhearted friend.


  • Halos good example of midseason deals gone awry

    The underachieving Angels serve as a case study of the perils of hurling caution -- and young talent -- to the wind with go-for-the-broke midseason deals that can leave you brokenhearted.
    on June 25, 2013     Source: Major League Baseball

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  1. "I feel devastated, completely brokenhearted, frustrated and unimaginably sad," Ronaldo said. "I know I'm the captain, I have always faced up to my responsibilities, and I always will."
    on Jun 30, 2010 By: Cristiano Ronaldo Source: Saudi Gazette

  2. Carter told the Southeast regional meeting of the new Baptist organization he helped found last year in Atlanta that there's "no way for us to ignore Jesus' emphasis on the poor, the brokenhearted."
    on Feb 1, 2009 By: Jimmy Carter Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

  3. Moss said the book is misleading, and that George's claim the band split "because he was distraught and brokenhearted over our love affair" was "complete and utter cobbler's (rubbish)."
    on Nov 6, 2006 By: Jon Moss Source: USA Today

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