Heart and soul
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British pronunciation/hˈɑːt and sˈəʊl/
American pronunciation/hˈɑːɹt ænd sˈoʊl/
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with one's whole being

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heart and soul definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "heart and soul" and when to use it?

The phrase "heart and soul" is an idiomatic expression that emphasizes the entirety of a person's being, combining both the emotional and spiritual aspects. It conveys a sense of complete dedication, passion, and commitment. People use this expression to describe the complete devotion or involvement of someone in a particular activity, cause, or relationship. It signifies that they are giving their whole self to the matter at hand.

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The team played with heart and soul, determined to win the championship.
They supported the charity's mission with their heart and soul, volunteering and donating regularly.
She pursued her dream of becoming an artist with her whole heart and soul.
The rejection letter cut him to the quick, as he had put his heart and soul into the application.
He loves her with his whole heart and soul, and he would do anything for her.
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