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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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138,910 Three lima bean research projects conducted by University of Delaware aimed at improving heartiness and disease resistance.
Thus, material-discursive practices construct the donkey subject as a highly valued contributor to the household, given donkey demonstrated and human perceived heartiness, stamina, approachability, and loyalty.
These days, lots of folks are looking to replace those carbs with lighter fare, like vegetables, prepared in creative ways--and not lose out on taste and heartiness.
My soup had translucent globules of fat floating on the surface - a good sign of real heartiness.
While 1 really like the overall heartiness of everything that comes out of Masaba's factory, I can't say enough about their support.
Rabelais is too evidently at the author's elbow, and Belloc, though he had all, and even too much, of Rabelais's heartiness, lacked the imagination and the large, contemptuous anarchy of the French master.
That, coupled with fresh air, walking and an excellent massage at the Hotel Silberhorn in Wengen, soon had me feeling a little of the hale and heartiness that the locals exude.
The real heartiness of a meat-based stew comes from the fact that you cook it down long and slow, letting the flavours develop while it gets richer and more intense the longer it cooks.
Today's head lice have morphed into creatures that are now dubbed super-lice by lice experts due to their increasing heartiness.
Set in the historic Fort Worth Stock Yards, Billy Bob's is surrounded daily by crowds in crisp hats and boots and an abundance of cows: plastic fat ones protruding from restaurant facades to advertise the heartiness of the steaks within, and wooden bulls hanging in the air as if charging out of second-story bar windows.
closest to Agreeableness in interpersonal space, but is distinguished by a cordiality and heartiness that is not a part of A .
It may lack the heartiness of her last two offerings, but it still satisfies as a substantial snack between courses.
Bad Worishofen provided a further pressure in its excessive heartiness and emphasis on fortifying people's constitutions.
There's a robust, caramelised sweetness that offsets the heartiness of a roast root.