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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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party hearty

To engage in a very lively, raucous celebration. I've been busting my hump all week studying for my exams on Friday, so I'm going to party hearty after they're all done! I know she partied hearty on Sunday for her birthday, so she might not be in the best form this morning.
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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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hale and hearty

Healthy and vigorous. This term, which dates from the mid-nineteenth century, is redundant, since hale and hearty both mean “healthy.” It survived, no doubt, because of its pleasing alliteration. Thomas Hardy used it in The Dynasts (1903): “We be the King’s men, hale and hearty.”
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The 26-year-old, from Silverbridge, Co Armagh, played Gaelic football for his parish and was employed in the family business Hearty Home Heating Fuels.
One of the injured men recalled doorstaff telling him he'd slipped on shattered glass, rather than been stabbed, Sgt Hearty added.
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The Living Room's Kyle Steel said: "We all love cosying down with a hot bowl of pasta or a hearty meat pie and it can work wonders for our body and mind as the dark nights creep in and temperatures fall.
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uk Among the most popular choices are the hearty home made pies, highly recommended at this time of year.
BHF Cymru's programme manager for Hearty Lives Torfaen, Elaine Tanner, said: "Socio-economic deprivation is one of the major cause of inequalities and early deaths from heart and circulatory disease in Wales.
Popular dishes include crispy duck confit with creamy-garlic Dauphinoise potatoes and a plum sauce or hearty boeuf Bourgignon - a rich beef and red wine casserole.
It shows what a hearty breakfast he ate and it was all washed down with a whisky, after which he smoked a cigar.
1 : friendly and enthusiastic <a hearty welcome>
A line of Comfort Meals, beginning with Mac & Cheese with Tofu Steaks & Broccoli, and a vegetarian Hearty Chili, each featuring their original protein-rich Tofu Steaks, has been introduced by Helen's Foods, Irvine, California, USA.
Now in a newly updated and expanded second edition, "The Complete Quick & Hearty Diabetic Cookbook" continues their outstanding series of culinary compendiums by showcasing more than two hundred delicious, low-fat recipes that are thoroughly 'kitchen cook friendly' in their preparation (especially when under time constraints for today's busy schedules) while highlighting 'old-fashioned good taste'.
Boston's Meatloaf with Homestyle Mashed Potatoes & Gravy and Salisbury Steak with Macaroni & Cheese have enough calories (some 700) to make a hearty contribution to your belly fund.