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I remember feeling heartened by the quick regrouping, which I read as a sign of resilience and solidarity.
She was heartened by the launch of the exercise class but knew the town needed to come up with more, “just to let them know that we love them and they’re so wanted and they’re not alone.”
THE LOST YEAR: WHAT THE PANDEMIC COST TEENAGERSBY ALEC MACGILLIS, PHOTOGRAPHY BY CELESTE SLOMANMARCH 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
Andy Green rolled over and sent him a friendly glance just to hearten him a bit.
THE HAPPY FAMILYBERTHA MUZZY BOWER
I cried, to hearten me—for we were both counting the days now between us and the fishing.
THE ADVENTURES OF HARRY REVELSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
I could not hear what he said, but the men began to count off, and their voices were resolute enough to hearten all.
THE LITTLE RED FOOTROBERT W. CHAMBERS
Then it was that Isaac's nonsense really served to hearten us.
The way was led by the clergy, and quickly a church was built to hearten the emigrants.
Kruger and Steyn also, who had come up to hearten their followers, got away.
SIR JOHN FRENCHCECIL CHISHOLM
I believe Hiram did more to hearten and help us, than did the knowledge of all that depended on this labor of our hands.
And she had got him half a quarte'n of whisky to hearten him up as he came away this morning.
MEMOIRS OF A SURREY LABOURERGEORGE STURT (AKA GEORGE BOURNE)

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