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They said it was such a heartache and pain. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But her confidence hides her secret heartache. The Sun (2010)We survived much heartache and trouble through our lives together. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You can only imagine the amount of heartache they must suffer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)No one will have to go through the pain and heartache. The Sun (2011)They have to contend with so much heartache. The Sun (2010)King had suffered the heartache of saddling three other seconds and three thirds at the meeting. The Sun (2009)There is only so much heartache we can take in one night. The Sun (2015)Better to suffer heartache now rather than want a divorce six months in. The Sun (2015)She sounded upset and is probably going through as much heartache as you. The Sun (2010)After suffering the heartache three times it would be impossible not to. The Sun (2009)You'll only cause heartache and pain. The Sun (2010)They went through the heartache and the pain; now they deserve to be happy. Times, Sunday Times (2006)If he loved you he just wouldn't want you to go through such heartache and pain. The Sun (2014)What was your upbringing like - was it happy or were there moments of anguish and heartache as well? The Sun (2012)Last season's play-off final heartache is also having an effect. The Sun (2016)But he had to overcome a secret heartache - after an old schoolfriend passed away last Wednesday. The Sun (2013)
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British English: heartache NOUN
Heartache is very great sadness and emotional suffering.
...after suffering the heartache of the death of her first husband.
Definition of heartache from the Collins English Dictionary
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