adjective, heart·i·er, heart·i·est.
noun, plural heart·ies. Archaic.
Origin of hearty
Examples from the Web for heartiest
The show features the best voice talent, the most absurd writers, and the heartiest belly laughs on TV.The Best TV Shows of 2013: ‘Orange Is the New Black,’ ‘Breaking Bad’ and More|Kevin Fallon|December 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
What wine to serve at Thanksgiving can flummox even the heartiest of gourmands.
“Most certainly,” said I, in my heartiest voice, entirely mystified by the conversation.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
In almost all of these instances the federal judges found the heartiest support from the East.Expansion and Conflict|William E. Dodd
Here, also, the heartiest good will was expressed in the toasts that were exchanged.The 'Ayesha' being the adventures of the landing squad of the 'Emden'|Hellmuth von Mcke
And our greatest, heartiest thanks for your fine work for us.The Motor Boat Club and The Wireless|H. Irving Hancock
Herbert's heartiest retrospective wish was that the ole printing-press had been returned to Uncle Joseph long ago.Gentle Julia|Booth Tarkington
British Dictionary definitions for heartiest
adjective heartier or heartiest
Word Origin and History for heartiest
Idioms and Phrases with heartiest
see hale and hearty.