Synonyms of wholehearted
sincereDictionary • He deserves our wholehearted support in this matter.
sincere • He accepted her apologies as sincere.
genuine • There was genuine joy in the room.
real • Their expressions of regret did not smack of real sorrow.
true • God's anger could only be averted by true repentance.
earnest • Despite their earnest efforts, they failed to win support.
warm • We were instantly attracted by his warm personality.
devoted • a loving and devoted father
dedicated • He's quite dedicated to his studies.
enthusiastic • The band drew a huge and enthusiastic crowd.
hearty • With the last sentiment, Arnold was in hearty agreement.
heartfelt • My heartfelt sympathy goes out to all the relatives.
zealous • She was a zealous worker for charitable bodies.
unreserved • Charles displays unreserved admiration for his grandfather.
unfeigned • I could tell from his unfeigned astonishment that he knew nothing.
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dedicatedIf you say that someone has dedicated themselves to something, you approve of the fact that they have decided to give a lot of time and effort to it because they think that it is important. (adjective)
• He's quite dedicated to his studies.
given over to,
given over to,
devotedSomeone who is devoted to a person loves that person very much.
• a loving and devoted father
earnestEarnest people are very serious and sincere in what they say or do, because they think that their actions and beliefs are important.
• Despite their earnest efforts, they failed to win support.
Thesaurus for wholehearted from the Collins English Thesaurus
done, acted, given, etc, with total sincerity, enthusiasm, or commitment