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hale and hearty

Healthy. It's true that she was in the hospital a few weeks ago, but she's hale and hearty now.
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hale and hearty

Cliché healthy. The young infant was hale and hearty. The calf—hale and hearty—ran around the barnyard.
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hale and hearty

In robust good health, as in After her long bout with pneumonia, I was glad to see her hale and hearty. This redundant expression, since both hale and hearty here mean "healthy," probably survives owing to its pleasing alliteration. [Mid-1800s]
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hale and ˈhearty

(especially of old people) strong and healthy: She was still hale and hearty in her nineties.
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party hearty

and party down
in. to have a great time; to celebrate. (Also as an exclamation: Party down!) The whole class decided to celebrate and party hearty. Let’s party down, dudes!
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Bad Worishofen provided a further pressure in its excessive heartiness and emphasis on fortifying people's constitutions.
The addition of zucchini, spinach, onions, and mini tofu bites added to the heartiness of the dish, while the generous dose of tomato sauce and Daiya mozzarella cheese made this meal taste like home.
There's a robust, caramelised sweetness that offsets the heartiness of a roast root.
And heartiness aside, portobellos -- like all of their mushroom brethren -- are chock-full of nutrients.
We can see the excitement, happiness and heartiness of the man (Figs 1, 3) as well as his original personality based on aristocratic tradition.
Additionally, Christianity is associated with the deprivation of true joy, and how "from the beginning we have contrived to retain our ignorance in order to enjoy an almost inconceivable freedom, lack of scruple and caution, heartiness, and gaiety of life--in order to enjoy life
We were remarkably struck by the very gentle orderly manners of the people of Nukapu; there was no confusion or noise among the many people who sat or stood around us, but a heartiness of manner and evident desire to do any thing that was in their power to please their strange visitors.
When he embraces me briefly to say goodbye, I feel, for the first time, the special heartiness and warmth of Whitney, which were so characteristic of him.
Still, when her cousin, Mike Moran' discovers her in a bar while he is trundling round in a wheelchair playing snooker and heartily making the best of his disability, the gossip which is evoked by his positive heartiness is grimly humorous.
The dark chocolate chips add perfect bursts of chocolate-y goodness and the oatmeal added a bit of heartiness and chew to the cookie.
She said that the dominant characteristics of Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi's art are his good heartiness and truthfulness.
It was a meaty, rich, lightly spiced mix with all the heartiness of my usual chilli variations, but graced with an unusual, mineral flavour from the lamb and sweetness from the white beans.
It's the delicacy of the starters, the heartiness of the main, the marriage of flavours and assortment of aromas that matter.
This gives us an opportunity to see whether giving corals a longer head start by transplanting them earlier in the year will increase their heartiness when temperatures drop during winter months.