Definition of Heartened

1. Verb. (past of hearten) ¹



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Definition of Heartened

1. hearten [v] - See also: hearten

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heartened

heartburning
heartburnings
heartburns
heartcare
heartcut
heartcuts
heartcutting
heartdear
heartdeep
hearte
hearted
heartedly
heartedness
heartednesses
hearten
heartened (current term)
heartener
hearteners
heartening
hearteningly
heartens
heartes
heartfelt
heartfeltly
heartfeltness
heartfree
heartful
heartfulness
heartfuls
heartgrief

Literary usage of Heartened

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1. The Works of Sir Walter Ralegh, Kt by Sir Walter Raleigh, Thomas Birch, William Oldys (1829)
"... and intending to bring the like mischief upon the whole army. SECT. VIII. How Xenophon heartened the Greeks, and in despite of Tissa- ..."

2. Literary News by L. Pylodet, Augusta Harriet (Garrigue) Leypoldt (1898)
"you will find yourself cheered and heartened by what happened in the Spanish War of 1898. Men have fought as they did in the ' Iliad. ..."

3. Missions: American Baptist International Magazine by Woman's American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (1911)
"To have listened to her nt and enthusiastic appreciation of this work would have heartened every worker engaged in the uplifting and redemption of two ..."

4. The Fighting in North China (up to the Fall of Tientsin City) by George Gipps (1901)
"States Infantry, who found themselves unexpectedly under the heaviest fire of the day, and were much heartened by the arrival of Lieutenant Phillimore, EN, ..."

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