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bleeding heart

bleed·ing heart • n. 1. inf., derog. a person considered to be dangerously softhearted, typically someone considered too liberal in political beliefs. 2. any of a number of plants that have heart-shaped flowers, typically pink or red, in particular a popular garden plant (genus Dicentra, family Fumariaceae).

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bleeding heart

bleeding heart: see fumitory.

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