Half-heard

Half"-heard`

(-hrd`), a. Imperfectly or partly heard; not heard to the end.
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And leave half-heard the melancholy tale.
Pope.
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half"heart`ed

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Half"-heart`ed

(-hrt`d), a. 1. Wanting in heart or spirit; ungenerous; unkind. B. Jonson.
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2. Lacking zeal or courage; performed with less than a full effort; lukewarm; unenthusiastic; as, a half-hearted attempt; -- of actions. [wns=1] H. James.
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