harden apparently found this lecture so unbearable that he skipped out halfway through.
Leave the brittle to cool and harden completely before breaking it into pieces.
Fallon: This cast is so stacked with talent—Whitford, harden, Watkins—that I expected Akerman to drown here.
In the meantime, expect attitudes to harden—and the country to remain at impasse.
harden paced the team with six, but, as if to compensate for this one bright spot, he shot the ball at an abysmal 20 percent.
The word itself does not mean to "harden," but to put into some intermediate state.
Fortune had handed over the parish of harden to a ritualist vicar.
I hope you will not harden your heart against me, dear mother.
Use every effort, harden your face to flint, and give eloquence to your tongue.
All this was well known to me, and yet I could not harden my heart against him.