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Eat Your Heart Out

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  • Gosar
    says:
    Jun 20,  · eat your heart out we won't stop now bleeding our blood on the drums sinking our teeth in the heart of the sun simple creatures busted speakers bleeding our blood on the drums.
  • Mezihn
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    Oct 31,  · The meaning of the phrase “eat your heart out” is to be jealous over someone else’s accomplishments or good luck. Origin of this idiom The phrase “eat your heart out” was originally seen in a work of Homer titled the Iliad. The idiom became popular in the s and has endured as part of the English language since.
  • Fekree
    says:
    Jul 21,  · Another word for eat your heart out: grieve, regret, pine, obsess, mourn | Collins English Thesaurus.
  • Brajind
    says:
    Feel bitter anguish, grief, worry, jealousy, or another strong negative emotion. For example, She is still eating her heart out over being fired, or Eat your heart out-my new car is being delivered today. This hyperbolic expression alludes to strong feelings gnawing at one's heart. [Late s].
  • Brashura
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    Eat Your Heart Out Lyrics "Patience" Catch me, I've been drifting I've been free in this space too long Say to me what you want to say The friction might shake my thoughts Looking out the window everything seems fine I've been losing days to pass the time I'll admit I'm a mess with some unmade plans.
  • Malazuru
    says:
    Mar 26,  · eat your heart out A declaration, often exaggerated, joking and boastful, of being better than another person, the aforementioned often being a celebrity or historical figure. " Mozart, eat your heart out!" said the organ player after a successful concert.
  • Nikosar
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  • Mitilar
    says:
    May 01,  · "Eat your heart out" is an English idiom that is usually spoken by someone as a way of asserting some sort of superiority over the person to whom he or she is speaking. There is usually some implication that the person who is being addressed in this manner should be .
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