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Straight from the Heart
Body Parts in Idiom
"This multiple choice quiz covers old idioms or sayings relating to the most important organ in the body. So take heart!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
There is an old adage to describe the open display of one's emotions. It is said that you "wear your heart on your", what?
The phrase "a man after my own heart" originates from a very old source. Which book that has sold more copies worldwide than any other provides the first example of this idiom?
Which hearty phrase refers to someone who is cruel and unfeeling?
Heart of stone
Heart of steel
If something or someone is "tugging at your heartstrings", how does it make you feel?
Which heart idiom is an expression of excitement, when one sees the object of one's romantic affection?
You're breaking my heart
From the bottom of my heart
Be still my beating heart
In my heart of hearts
There is an old saying to describe when people are away from someone or something for long periods of time. What does "absence make the heart" do?
The expression "my heart's content", comes from the play "Henry VI", written in 1593, and it is believed that the writer coined the phrase. Which writer are we talking about?
If something you see or hear about makes you feel happy inside, it is said to do what?
Tear your heart out
Harden your heart
Make your heart bleed
Warm the cockles of your heart
There is an old saying for just about everything. This one focuses on having the courage to go after that which you desire. "Faint heart never won", what?
There is one old fashioned expression involving the heart which is perhaps the most well known and favourite of all. What, "is where the heart is"?
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Compiled Oct 05 12