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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of enhearten.

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Examples

  • So Samsam ran at Gharib who awaited him with broadened breast and heart enheartened, and they smote each at other with maces, till the two hosts marvelled and every eye was fixed on them.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Here today in his presence and his absence, as I share with you not only recollections of things past but an awareness that in a most profound way he is with us now and that in the most profound way he will be with us as we go into the battle, I am enheartened, I am encouraged, and I know that there is a victory.

    Life Lit by Some Large Vision

  • I do want to tell you that Skate Canada has filed our submission, and we are enheartened and encouraged that Mr. Cinquanta is saying that the investigation will be ongoing.

    CNN Transcript Feb 15, 2002

  • Have a good distrust to – day ye, higher men, ye enheartened ones!

    Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none

  • Afterward, tranquilized and centered by the meditation, and enheartened by the previous evening's coed recreation, Switters felt better than he had in a fortnight; felt so good that he came to an optimistic decision concerning his next course of action.

    Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates

  • Later Tawnos would wonder if dispatching the last organized flight had been the signal for the attack, if Urza's disappearance in the desert had enheartened the qadir's troops for the assault, or if it had been Mishra's plan to attack regardless of what happened to Urza.

    The Brothers' War

  • The constable didn't look particularly enheartened as he watched the last of the cloud evaporate.

    Time's Enemy

  • But the hosts of Mordor were enheartened, and filled with a new lust and fury they came yelling to the onset.

    The Lord of the Rings

  • Little knowing what lay just before him, he munched the frozen strips of flesh; then, strengthened and enheartened, he began making plans for

    The Blue Envelope

  • Meantime -- as the writer thereof might have been enheartened to know -- she put them away in the most private and personal compartment of her trunk, giving each a tender little pat to settle it comfortably into its place.

    Little Miss Grouch A Narrative Based on the Log of Alexander Forsyth Smith's Maiden Transatlantic Voyage

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