Examples of hearten in a Sentence
The team's victory has heartened its fans.
thinking we were hopelessly lost, we were heartened by the sight of a familiar farmhouse
Recent Examples of hearten from the Web
When AnxietyHelper came out, Amanda was heartened to see it being used.
And even Tookes, who is sharply critical of the system in Florida, was heartened in late May when DOH started a new project with IDEA Exchange to rapidly offer treatment to people his team diagnoses.
And Angelo is heartened that some new Republican lawmakers who assumed office after surviving a competitive primary are signing onto pro-LGBT bills.
Promise keeping Henderson, the bakery owner and activist, shares Crapo's frustration about the lack of progress but is heartened by his persistence.
He was heartened by the funding for attorneys to enforce Assemblyman Chiu's workplace law.
Supporters of the Argentine bill were heartened by a recent vote in Ireland, another predominantly Catholic country.
Six Democrats, however, were heartened by her pledge to never restart harsh interrogation programs, even if Trump requested.
He is heartened to see NBA stars such as Kevin Love and DeMar Derozan talking about their mental health issues.
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Synonym Discussion of hearten
- the teacher's praise encouraged the students to greater efforts
- patriots inspirited the people to resist
- a hospital patient heartened by good news
- emboldened by her first success, she tried an even more difficult climb
HEARTEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hearten for English Language Learners
: to cause (someone) to feel more cheerful or hopeful
HEARTEN Defined for Kids
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