Idioms

have one's heart go out to (someone)
to have compassion for someone
We had our heart go out to the woman who lost her child in the fire.
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  • have one's heart in the right place
  • have one's heart set against (something)
  • have one's nose in a book
  • have one's nose in the air
  • have one's way
  • have one's work cut out for one
  • have oneself (something)
  • have one`s ass in a sling
  • have one`s eye on (something)
  • have one`s feet on the ground
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  • lean over backwards to (do something or help someone)
  • read (something) over or read over (something)
  • get used to (someone or something)
  • hang a left
  • killed outright
  • yours truly
  • up to par
  • snail`s pace
  • a honky-tonk
  • as well

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