hearteningly


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hearteningly

(ˈhɑːtənɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a manner that heartens
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Homely, hearty and hearteningly good value - Mrs A's is a family everyone will want to be part of.
Correspondingly, the reported average salary is down, but by a hearteningly small amount.
Hearteningly, the department, through the National Defense Industrial Association and other organizations, engaged industry throughout this process.
This was a hearteningly unpretentious presentation of such a massive work.
initiative brings volunteers into schools to "empower youth, debunk myths, challenge negative assumptions, and promote acceptance." Perhaps most hearteningly, the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario is asking the Ontario Superior Court to halt Ford's changes to the curriculum, arguing that the Ford government has violated educators' rights.
Hearteningly, South Africa has subsequently emerged from the shadow cast by Goliath and taken strides toward integrating human rights into the response to TB.
Hearteningly, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has said that there will be a committee to review the role of Jakim so as to soften their image and make them more compassionate.
And hearteningly, it was Kim who had the clearest view at the third inter-Korean summit.
When asked what occupancy levels were like in 2017 compared to the previous year, 32% said they were slightly lower than 2016, 15% said significantly lower than 2016, while hearteningly, 23% said it was the same as in 2016.
with a takedown notice within 48 hours, (255) but hearteningly, many
Butterfly Conservation President Sir David Attenborough said: "The Comma is one of our most exquisite butterflies and hearteningly is a butterfly success story."