Definition of Heartiness

1. Noun. Active strength of body or mind.

Exact synonyms: Dynamism, Vigor, Vigour
Generic synonyms: Strength
Derivative terms: Dynamical, Hearty, Hearty, Vigorous, Vigorous



2. Noun. The quality of hearty sincerity.
Exact synonyms: Wholeheartedness
Generic synonyms: Sincerity
Derivative terms: Hearty, Hearty, Wholehearted

Definition of Heartiness

1. n. The quality of being hearty; as, the heartiness of a greeting.

Definition of Heartiness

1. Noun. The characteristic of being hearty; fillingness; wholesomeness. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Heartiness

1. [n -ES]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Heartiness

hearthless
hearthlike
hearthrug
hearthrugs
hearths
hearthside
hearthsides
hearthstone
hearthstoned
hearthstones
hearthstoning
heartier
hearties
heartiest
heartily
heartiness (current term)
heartinesses
hearting
heartings
heartland
heartlands
heartleaf
heartleaf arnica
heartleaf manzanita
heartless
heartlessly
heartlessness
heartlessnesses
heartlet
heartlets

Literary usage of Heartiness

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

1. Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan by Asiatic Society of Japan (1902)
"We shall all join, I am sure, with great heartiness also in thanking our hosts for their very kind hospitality this afternoon. ..."

2. New Zealand for the Emigrant, Invalid, and Tourist by John Murray Moore (1890)
"CHAPTER XI. SOCIAL LIFE IN NEW ZEALAND. Its heartiness and unconventionality — Tourists' mistakes and exaggerations — Ups and downs — Ruling forces in ..."

3. The History of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations by Thomas Williams Bicknell (1920)
"The genial frankness and warmth and heartiness of his generous nature had an irresistible attractiveness. He had an unusually fine and commanding presence. ..."

4. Our Recent Actors: Being Recollections Critical, And, in Many Instances by Westland Marston (1888)
"... genial nature— Occasional outbreaks of the latter—His social disposition and heartiness—An illustrative anecdote—Knowles and the enthusiastic tailor—His ..."

5. The Ohio Educational Monthly: A Journal of Education by Ohio Education Association (1852)
"... many of them every month; to those of other States who have with heartiness and generosity commended it; to all who have copied its articles and thus ..."

6. 'I will': the determinations of the man of God, as found in some of the 'I by Philip Bennett Power (1860)
"And first let us mention heartiness in praise. There is something pre-eminently miserable in faint unliving praise. Amongst men a half-hearted praise is ..."

7. Self-formation; Or, The History of an Individual Mind: Intended as a Guide by Capel Lofft (1846)
"The consequence was that few of my fellows understood me, or appreciated me, or liked me with any heartiness of liking. ..."

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