heartier heartier  /ˈhɑr ti ər/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) showing warm and heartfelt friendliness
  2. (adj) providing abundant nourishment
  3. (adj) endowed with or exhibiting great bodily or mental health
  4. (adj) consuming abundantly and with gusto
  5. (adj) without reservation

Usage(s):

  1. Old-fashioned cross-breeding can yield plant strains that are heartier and more pest-resistant.
  2. Singing opera is extremely demanding physically; and generally, the heartier the singer, the heartier the singing.
  3. Manhattan's dapper little Karl William Zoeller is an advertiser with shrewd understanding of the heartier elements in human nature.

News

  • Trinosophes Makes Detroit Tastier

    This March, Detroit’s Eastern Market welcomed a cool little place to its neighborhood. It’s the art gallery, performance space and café, Trinosophes. The venue’s vintage-style café is getting a lot of attention due to its earthy, crafty, cozy atmosphere and a menu offering American and Indian fare at affordable prices (as in, nothing costs more than $10). Heartier options include the Moroccan ...
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Detroit Metro Times

Quotes

  1. US Congressman Rob Bishop described it as "Aircraft that is lighter, faster, it is tougher, it is heartier, it is better for this nation."
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Rob Bishop Source: ABC 4

  2. "Of course you can tell the difference," Andrus explained. "A wild salmon is a heartier, stronger fish. A hatchery-raised fish does not have the genes in it for survival. A wild salmon is, well, a creature of the wild, and will fight to stay...
    on Apr 29, 2004 By: Cecil Andrus Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

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