The British Idiom – Your heart bleeds
Definition of Your heart bleeds
When your heart bleeds for someone, it means that you feel sympathy and compassion for somebody who is in some kind of trouble. It’s often used humorously in an ironic way.
Examples of Usage of Your heart bleeds
A. That politician’s gone to prison for over-claiming his expenses. B. Yes, my heart bleeds! My heart bleeds for those poor people caught up in that despicable terrorist attack.
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