enhearten

[ en-hahr-tn ]
/ ɛnˈhɑr tn /
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verb (used with object)

Origin of enhearten

First recorded in 1600–10; en-1 + hearten
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Examples from the Web for enheartened

  • Enheartened by this he seized a handful of dry palm leaves to hurl them on the glowing coals.

    The Rope of Gold|Roy J. Snell
  • But he was enheartened too, and courage to surmount a thousand failures welled up in him as from an unimagined spring.

    The Roll-Call|Arnold Bennett
  • Enheartened, he started south, hoping to find water sometime during the morning.

    Storm Over Warlock|Andre Norton