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  • Once upon a time there was a Bachelor named Brad who rejected Deanna and went home empty-hearted .

    Tasha Gordon-Solmon: The Bachelor Week 2 Recap: "I will not have you like obstruct the rest of my life"

  • Perhaps he also weeps because he has an idiot, shallow, empty-hearted son who has treated him like dirt.

    Elder Bush Cries

  • Power structures based on avarice have left the greedy both empty-handed and empty-hearted.

    What Works When Life Doesn’t

  • Because that was just too silly for words, and far too silly for level-headed empty-hearted Dexter.


  • It was lonely and sad to be so empty-hearted toward each other.

    Tender is the Night

  • In a fanciful mood, one might imagine a tenth circle of the Inferno, wherein those stern grey arches should loftily rise, in blind and endless sequence, limbing an abode of horror, a place of punishment for those, empty-hearted, who had lived without colour and sunshine, in voluntary abnegation, caring only for gain and success.

    The Daughters of Danaus

  • Or was it possible that she was too empty-hearted to feel even her own tragedy, too shallow to suffer, too stupid to foresee?

    The Dark House

  • The women sit and rock, empty-hearted and barren of hands.

    The Job An American Novel

  • For her personal life, her life outside the office, she had found a way out such as might, perhaps, solve the question of loneliness for the thousands of other empty-hearted, fruitlessly aging office-women.

    The Job An American Novel

  • To eat dust in their throats and die empty-hearted

    Chicago Poems


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