one's heart out
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British pronunciation/wˈɒnz hˈɑːt ˈaʊt/
American pronunciation/wˈʌnz hˈɑːɹt ˈaʊt/

in an intense, energetic, and enthusiastic way

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{one's} [heart] out definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "one's head out" and when to use it?

The idiom "one's head out" likely originated from the idea that someone is speaking or expressing themselves so vigorously that it appears as though their head might detach from their body. It is used to emphasize the intensity or volume of someone's voice or expression, whether due to enthusiasm, excitement, anger, or other emotions. It often describes actions that are striking or memorable due to their passionate delivery.

Seeing her dream job being offered to someone else, she ate her heart out, knowing that she had missed a golden opportunity.
After the breakup, she locked herself in her room and cried her heart out, releasing all the pain and disappointment she had been holding inside.
She sat with her best friend and poured her heart out, sharing the pain and sorrow she had been carrying for so long.
She sang her heart out during the performance, moving the audience to tears.
After years of dedicated practice, she failed to make the team, eating her heart out over the lost opportunity to compete at a higher level.
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