Definition of Heartener

1. n. One who, or that which, heartens, animates, or stirs up.



Definition of Heartener

1. Noun. One who, or that which, heartens or animates. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Heartener

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Heartener

1. One who, or that which, heartens, animates, or stirs up. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Heartener

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

Literary usage of Heartener

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Letters by Algernon Charles Swinburne, Thomas James Wise, Edmund Gosse (1919)
"... as a "heartener" (should I ever need one) against public or private obloquy), of which Watts has just shown me the transcript you have sent him. ..."

2. The Letters of Algernon Charles Swinburne by Algernon Charles Swinburne (1919)
"... cordial thanks for a letter not addressed to me (tho' I mean to keep a copy of it for my private delectation and encouragement, as a "heartener" (should ..."

3. The Poems of William Browne of Tavistock by William Browne, Arthur Henry Bullen (1894)
"But as a coward's heartener in war, 165 The stirring drum, keeps lesser noise fiom far: So seem the murmuring waves tell in mine ear That guiltless blood ..."

4. A new pronouncing dictionary of the Spanish and English languages by Mariano Velázquez de la Cadena, Edward Gray, Juan L. Iribas (1902)
"Heartener [bart'-n-$r], «. Animador, alentador. Heartfelt [bart'-felt], o, De corazón cordial, sincero, sentido en el alma ó en el fondo del corazón. ..."

5. The South Mobilizing for Social Service: Addresses Delivered at the Southern by James Edward McCulloch (1913)
"The tenants' health and morals have improved, they are better able to work, more ambitious to do so—a little hope is a wonderful heartener to ambition ..."

6. China from Within: Impressions and Experiences by Charles Ernest Scott (1917)
"The session might well be a heartener to any pastor. Finer elders than constitute the leadership of this church would be hard to find in a Mission land. ..."

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