His gift for salty language impressed even the most hard-bitten grunts.
Even the most hard-bitten Chicagoans have to see very good times on the horizon.
hard-bitten conservatives might be relieved, then, to find their misgivings about the president reflected by the left as well.
But even the most hard-bitten Chicagoans have to see very good times on the horizon.
They were a hard-bitten lot, burned to a brick red by the untempered sun of the Rockies.
In height he was tall, and his figure was thin and loose-jointed, but stringy and hard-bitten.
There was a lean, hard-bitten colonel of the American liaison force in Greece.
The hard-bitten tailor was easy to quarrel with at any time.
They were deeply-burned, hard-bitten men, emaciated to a curious uniformity, mounted on horses as gaunt as their riders.
There is no gainsaying that the Solomons are a hard-bitten bunch of islands.