heartiness[ hahr-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF heartiness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEARTINESS
The wine was brought, and the captain filled the glasses with a seaman's heartiness.
He did not answer immediately, but, when he did, it was with heartiness.
He said it with heartiness and apparent sincerity, but Sears was skeptical.
There was no mistaking the heartiness of the hand grasp that caught his.
But at the moment he was all heartiness and good-fellowship.
There was nothing of genuine American heartiness in the handshake he gave Frank.
Let us all the rather make up now by heartiness for all lost time.
Many a time I have spoken with him at Hendry's gate, and felt the better of his heartiness.
Hence the heartiness of Beowulf's welcome at Hrothgar's hands.
The words were hearty, but they excited no heartiness of response.