hearty

[ hahr-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF hearty

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEARTY

London for the stranger has a steady-going, hearty hospitality.

He swept her into his arms, and his lips met hers in a hearty caress.

Mr. Roberts threw back his head and laughed,—a genial, hearty laugh.

"I wish no better," said he, with a pringling in the eyes at this hearty greeting.

But somebody must have dealt you some hearty thwacks on the poll, my boy.

Nor did Joseph and Fanny want a hearty welcome from all who saw them.

Mr. Burrows himself answered the knock, and gave him a hearty greeting.

The colonel broke into a hearty laugh, and then extended his hand to Dick.

For the first time in his life he had earnest, warm, hearty praise from his teacher.

"It's exactly it," he called out to his father, in a hearty, grateful voice.

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