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Even with the deck stacked against them, Democrats can take heart in two things, says Pitney.

Anybody who genuinely cares for Zackary can only take heart that he has fared remarkably well.

Still, Quinn should take heart: lots of political powerhouses have had flops.

I take heart, though, from how desperately wrong Rubin was on the Chuck Hagel nomination—again and again, and again, and again.

But there are a few reasons to take heart from the new record.

The advertising department of Lippincotts may therefore take heart.

However, as the day wore on, and the Pawnees made no further attempts against the village, the Sioux began to take heart.

I see you meetin' a great loss, but you mus' take heart, for a very powerful hand on the other side is guardin' you night an' day.

Now that the windows may be open, the flowers take heart to live a little in this room.

But Dame Charter's optimism was beginning to take heart again and to spread its wings.


On this page you'll find 97 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to take heart, such as: adventure, attempt, brave, endanger, endeavor, and gamble.

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