Definition of "harte" []

  • (Francis) Bret. 1836–1902, US poet and short-story writer, noted for his sketches of Californian gold miners, such as The Luck of Roaring Camp (1870) (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "harte" in a sentence
  • "Dis larzh, hansim graykitteh comed ober teh skrien, inta mais partmint, an inta maiz harte."
  • "Ritual being uttered; but it is too uncertain to count upon, and the danger is too hideous; and even then it has no power to protect for more than ‘maybee fyve beats of the harte,’ as the"
  • "U bent van harte welkom – dank u voor het stoppen door en het schrijven van een commentaar!"
  • "I most humbelly beseche your Honner to be good and kinde and fethful to my deerest younge lady, now you have her; or I shall brake my harte for having done some dedes that have helped to bringe things to this passe."
  • "I will pray for you night and day, my dearest, my kindest, my goodest young lady, who have been so badly used; and I am very sorry I cannot come to do you love and sarvice; which will ever be in the harte of mee to do, if it was in my power: who am"