soldier's heart

noun Pathology.

Origin:
1895–1900

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soldier's heart sol·dier's heart (sōl'jərz)
n.
See neurocirculatory asthenia.

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Example sentences
The soldier's heart, the soldier's spirit, the soldier's soul are everything.
Wherever a soldier's heart beats, they are and will be remembered.
We want here the spirit that fills the soldier's heart as he stands before the enemy.
Phe intends to leave nothing undone to make the poor soldier's heart glad on that day.
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