What is the adjective for heartbeat?

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Included below are past participle and present participle forms for the verbs heart and hearten which may be used as adjectives within certain contexts.

hearty
  1. warm and cordial towards another person
  2. energetic, active or eager
  3. Exhibiting strength; firm
  4. Promoting strength; nourishing.
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  6. Examples:
    1. “When Mr. Blaine appeared on the platform, there was hearty applause and cheers for several minutes.”
      “John Mozingo gave him a hearty pat on the shoulder and led him to the empty chair next to Samuel.”
      “Otherwise, Hugh would have said something about my hearty agreement to co-host at the State Fair in August.”
heartstruck
  1. Driven to the heart; infixed in the mind.
  2. Shocked with pain, fear, or remorse; dismayed; heartstricken.
heartlike
  1. Having the shape of a heart.
  2. Resembling or characteristic of a heart.
heartless
  1. Without a heart; specifically, without feeling, emotion, or concern for others; uncaring.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The mother of an ill baby has hit out at a major gas supplier for leaving her without power after heartless thieves stole her gas credit card.”
      “Call me heartless, barbaric, unforgiving, or what you will, but I can not understand this attitude at all.”
      “Evening Press readers are rallying round a war widow who was robbed of her life savings by a heartless conwoman.”
heartwhole
  1. (now rare) Whole in heart; cheerfully buoyant, loyal, etc.
heartly
  1. (rare) Full of heart; cordial; from the heart; hearty
heartfelt
  1. Felt or believed deeply and sincerely.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Work on keeping a balance between heartfelt enthusiasm and manic zealotry.”
      “Melodic and heartfelt lyrics meld seamlessly with gentle acoustic guitar riffs, pianos and xylophones and light drumming.”
      “I tried to listen to his short but heartfelt words of wisdom, but nothing came from it.”
heartening
hearted
  1. (in combination) Having, or shaped like, a specified form of heart.
heartwarming
  1. Alternative form of heart-warming
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Her arrival was greeted by a heartwarming display of affection from the people of Edinburgh.”
      “It's a heartwarming tribute to his father, a hardworking Boston garbage man.”
      “Balcon saw the story as a heartwarming tale of a young innocent's triumph over adversity, against the fantastic scenery of the African continent.”
heartbeatlike
  1. Resembling a heartbeat.
heartcut
  1. (of a gemstone) Cut in the shape of a heart
heartdeep
  1. (poetic) Rooted in the heart.
heartworthy
  1. Worthy of heart
  2. Examples:
    1. “For this faring is base but necessary for my strategies, I fully admit it! But depravities deprive the heartless, not the heartworthy.”
heartier
  1. comparative form of hearty: more hearty
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Of course, many were, lending the dog show a heartier aesthetic than the flouncy, feminine tone on the runways.”
      “It makes a colorful addition to chilled potato salads in summer or a satisfying accompaniment to heartier, wintertime fare such as soups or stews.”
      “The boy could not have shown a wilder, heartier interest, if she had built a fire under him.”
heartiest
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