from the bottom of my heart

from the bottom of my heart

Meaning | Synonyms

  • with sincere and deep feeling
  • with intense feelings
  • showing sincerity towards something
  • expressing truthfulness to someone
  • saying something genuinely
  • with utmost devotion

Example Sentences

  1. I am really happy with the new job and I mean that from the bottom of my heart.
  2. It was really good to have you here and I would like to thank all of you from the bottom of my heart.
  3. It is not easy for Nicky to take out time and come, but she still came to you and I think you should be thankful to her from the bottom of your heart.
  4. I am apologizing to you from the bottom of my heart, I won’t hurt you again.
  5. From the bottom of our hearts, we are congratulating you for your successful project.
  6. We all thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your priceless efforts to make us happy.
  7. We apologize from the bottom of our hearts for the inconvenience caused.
  8. Your wish will come true if you pray from the bottom of your heart.
  9. Tell me from the bottom of your heart, who you love the most?
  10. They were so thankful of our team from the bottom of their heart for the help.

Origin

The phrase “from the bottom of someone’s heart” is used to express sincere emotions. Whenever people are hurt or emotional, they feel pain and pressure in the lowest portion of the heart. The heart is considered by people as the container that fills up with emotions so whenever “from the bottom” is said; it means that the heart started to fill from the bottom, where it naturally remains fullest and reserved.

One another popular theory says that the ancient Greek philosopher, Archimedes, mistakenly believed that the brain pumps blood, while the heart works to think and feel. And that was the possible time when the expression originated.

Kindly share your thoughts or information regarding the origination of this idiomatic expression in the comment section below.

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AuthorHarika writes on 22nd February 2019

This expression when conveyed to someone, the feel of it is definitely perceived by the person to whom it is said.

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