heartful

EnglishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

heart +‎ -ful

NounEdit

heartful (plural heartfuls or heartsful)

  1. An amount of emotion considered to be present in the heart.
    • 1961, William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, The souls of black folk: essays and sketches:
      How many heartfuls of sorrow shall balance a bushel of wheat?

Etymology 2Edit

heart +‎ -ful

AdjectiveEdit

heartful (comparative more heartful, superlative most heartful)

  1. Sincere and compassionate.

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