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    Question what's the meaning of this


    I would like to know the meaning of this following sentences:

    1)'her young heart had gone out'(talks about her husband)
    2)'come-hither eyes'


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    Re: what's the meaning of this

    (What are you reading?

    "Heart going out" means that she gave her feelings/love to her husbandů

    It is most usually used, in conversation, to express sympathy:

    My heart goes out to you in your time of grief.

    "Come-hither eyes" is usually used when describing a female and means that her eyes are attractive to men: that her eyes cause men to want to come to her - generally in a flirtatious and/or sexual way.

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