heartfelt

[hahrt-felt]
adjective
deeply or sincerely felt: heartfelt sympathy.

Origin:
1725–35; heart + felt1

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heartfelt (ˈhɑːtˌfɛlt)
 
adj
sincerely and strongly felt

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Example sentences
We're playing a real rock and roll show and a truly heartfelt concert every
  night.
Little wonder hummingbirds inspire heartfelt affection and stuttering efforts
  at description.
It was impossible to read your poignant and heartfelt note without the tears
  rolling down my cheeks.
But the way endowments actually work made a naïve fantasy of that simple,
  heartfelt dream.
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