heartbreak

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Synonyms for heartbreak

Synonyms for heartbreak

mental anguish or pain caused by loss or despair

Synonyms for heartbreak

intense sorrow caused by loss of a loved one (especially by death)

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I'm sure Smith's statement must have brought hope to many across the world suffering the pain of heartbreak that not all is lost when a romantic relationship goes wrong.
When heartbreak happens in romantic terms the impact is different from other kinds of heartbreak because of the nature of the relationship," explains Dubai-based clinical psychologist Tanuka Gupta.
Amnesty International, if it feels like tackling the oldest profession, should be pointing out its dangers and heartbreaks, not attempting to normalize oppression with politically correct lies along the lines of prostitution's acceptability.
upto a little from except her theshould dangers Amnesty International should be pointing out its dangers and heartbreaks, not attempting to normalise oppression
30pm Heartbreak Productions recreate William Shakespeare's monumental love story with thrills and dynamism, masks, dance, blades, potions and poetry, with Heartbreak giving the production a modern twist.
The Heartbreaks soon became too big for Morecambe, so relocated to Manchester and began scooping fans at a rate of knots.
You can witness what all the fuss is about when The Heartbreaks play The Undertone, Cardiff on Thursday, August 23.
YOU would be hard-pressed to mistake The Heartbreaks for a 1960s American girl band, but that was the thinking behind the name.
Lead singer Matthew Whitehouse says: "We liked the name The Heartbreaks, as you could imagine them being a black girl group from Detroit in 1962.
Sounds like The Heartbreaks have ben using public transport again.
I can't wait to see what 808s And Heartbreaks does.
He should take another pass at them after a few more heartbreaks.
Hundreds of readers shared their garden joys and heartbreaks with us, and Martha Jablow has assembled some of the best.
The story touches on the very real disappointments, fears and heartbreaks of everyday life, as well as the belief-systems-turned-industries that try to sell people psychic Band-Aids in the form of such ideas as ``transformation'' - of releasing ``toxic'' emotions and becoming ``centered'' and ``at peace.
Yes, we have had many heartbreaks in the past - in fact our history is littered with heartbreaks - but we are not defeated yet and we are not through fighting.