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Idiom “Eat one’s heart out ” Meaning of Idiom, Definition of Phrase and origin with Example.

Eat one’s heart out 


Everyone feels sorry for Mrs Prasad. Her son is no good and gives her a lot of trouble. She worries about him all the time and is eating her heart out for him. 

To eat one’s heart out is to grieve continuously for someone or something.

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