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
His story, for anyone hoping to be part of something as beloved and life-changing as Veep, is heartening and probably totally impossible to replicate.
Geimer says she's heartened that more people are listening to victims in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
Cohen said the response nationwide is heartening, a sign that the movement is spreading.
My hope is that folks who knew Bob will be heartened to see him in this light and also to see his own work doing good in the world.
Investors were heartened by robust results in the company's data center and memory businesses, two markets the company is depending on to grow beyond the PC market.
Watching the Golden Globes telecast last night, I was heartened to see activists from the #MeToo and #TimesUp campaigns featured.
Talking to different directors this season — meeting Dee Rees, Maggie Betts, Sofia Coppola, Kathryn Bigelow, Valerie Faris — it's been heartening.
Dragic said teammates were heartened by Johnson's determination.
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First Known Use of hearten
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
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