"I agree with every word you say, Herr Pastor," said Mrs. Hardy.
His enemies were for the time discomfited, and even the hardy Wilton was abashed.
Assured was he that only a hardy soldier and a good general might safely keep the crown.
Then, reverting to his private feelings: “Kiss me, Hardy,” said he.
He is now more like the hardy mountaineer, taking long walks on hill-tops in all seasons and weathers.
They are the stoutest and most hardy looking men in the prison.
This is a hardy perennial plant of Southern Europe, and belongs to both the culinary and the medicinal departments.
Pease are a hardy grain, and produce from ten to fifteen bushels to an acre.
Then a desperate idea seized me, and I motioned Hardy to leave the room.
These fellows have to be fed, hardy and self-supporting as they are.
hardy early 13c., "bold, daring, fearless," from O.Fr. hardi, from pp. of hardir "to harden, be or make bold," from Frankish *hardjan (cf. Goth. gahardjan "make hard"), from W.Gmc. *kharthjan "to make hard." Sense influenced by English hard.