enhearten

[ en-hahr-tn ]
/ ɛnˈhɑr tn /

verb (used with object)

Origin of enhearten

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

  • Some of these enheartening influences are external to the soldier himself.

    The Irish at the Front|Michael MacDonagh
  • And how could the admiration of three men other than her husband (so enheartening a few minutes earlier) serve her in the crisis?

    The Price of Love|Arnold Bennett
  • By way of enheartening himself for what he was to do, Balder kissed the posy of Gnulemah's fragrant footsteps.

    Idolatry|Julian Hawthorne