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to impart strength and confidence to

Synonyms for hearten

give encouragement to

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Mr Forsyth said: "I am very heartened to report our good 2018 results - as expected turnover and profits have reduced from our 2017 exceptional year.
"I am actually quite heartened by the amount of people who have been in touch with me at different times to say, 'This is actually the right way forward'."
GEOFF omas was expecting erce criticism for his decision to get Lance Armstrong involved in his bid to complete the Tour de France route for charity, but the former Wolves footballer has instead been heartened by the reaction.
Summary: The second phase of the onshore oil survey has started in Lebanon, heartened by the encouraging results in first stage, an official with the company carrying out the work said Thursday.
I was neither amazed or heartened by the sight of these 'plucky pensioners'.
"I have spoken with a number of our top players and was really heartened by the response.
THE Commonwealth Games appeared to be pulled back from the brink of collapse after the Scotland and Wales teams announced they had been heartened by the latest developments in New Delhi.
Mrs Gillan admitted police budget cuts - around pounds 1.2m this year but set to be far higher in 2011 - will be a challenge but said she was "heartened" by the way the Chief Constable was tackling the problem.
Dear Editor, I was both saddened and heartened to read your statement in regarding the Birmingham Post's very future.
<strong>Investors heartened by jobs figures</strong><br> Investors heartened by the solidifying prospect of an economic recovery due to better than expected unemployment report for July, sent major stock indexes higher on Friday.
The Dow Jones index soared more than 260 points on Tuesday as traders were heartened by a fall in crude oil prices and a rise in consumer confidence data.
I WAS heartened and yet disappointed to read a recent letter in Viewpoints about the wind industry in which the writer said: "As an engineer I am astonished at the apathy of the public and the hypocrisy of the green lobby."
And we're heartened by the many Christians who are taking Bush to task for his pro-industry dismissal of global warming and his suffocation of stem cell research programs.
He has been heartened to see buildings by signature architects given the same kind of recognition as the old buildings of Paris that have the name of their architects inscribed in their cornerstones.