Take Heart Meaning & Sentence Examples

Take Heart Definition, Sentence Examples

TAKE HEART MEANING – Find out what take heart really means. Example sentences of this idiomatic expression can also be found here.

The term “take heart” has no documented origins or history. There are no records of this idiom being used for the first time. However, it is thought to be of American origin. The phrase is mentioned in the Bible, in John 16:33—

“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world, you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”



  • to maintain confidence and optimism
  • to be overjoyed about something
  • to discover happiness in something
  • to promote something
  • to find solace and strength in something (take heart from)

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Here are examples of sentences that use take heart:

  1. Quentin will also take heart from how they played in the first half.
  2. I hope that you will take heart from what we told you today.
  3. Take heart gal! There’s a good chance we get to go on that Korea trip once we have our exams done.
  4. Take heart and go on trying!

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