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
We were heartened to hear a number of Republican lawmakers call out Mr. Trump for his offensive words and can only hope that the women who are closest to him will follow their examples.
Back on stage Sunday, Grande seemed heartened by the huge turnout.
Those waiting for the fifth and final planned installment of Robert A. Caro’s award-winning life of Lyndon B. Johnson might be both heartened and frustrated by the historian’s most recent update on his progress.
The Rev. Michael Sullivan of Nicholtown Presbyterian Church says he was heartened by an anonymous letter that was sent to the church -- along with a sizable donation.
While there’s a long way for Dillon’s team to go, the win heartened everyone that better, more winning days, could be ahead.
Italy’s many Russia enthusiasts are heartened by the recent visit of Prime Minister Gentiloni.
While there's a long way for Dillon's team to go, the win heartened everyone that better, more winning days, could be ahead.
Stevens had said after Game 1 that he was heartened by his team's play in the final 18 minutes of the 117-104 loss.
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Synonym Discussion of hearten
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
Definition of hearten for Students
: to give new hope or courage to The win heartened the team's fans.
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