Almost a reproduction of its parent except that it is hardier.
All which was for the sake of the commonwealth, that his body might be the hardier for the war.
It is hardier than others of the class, and bears a profusion of blush and rose-colored flowers.
If he had passed the summer at the White Mountains he could not have looked any hardier.
Cherries on Mahaleb are hardier to cold than those on Mazzard stocks.
One might search the world over, and not find a hardier band.
They are larger and hardier than the Musimon and not so easily tamed.
The hardier and braver the victim, the better the Indians always liked it.
About these hardier stems twine the hospital, the cemetery, the madhouse, the morgue.
Kaffirs are healthier, hardier, more irresponsibly, happily brutal.
c.1200, "bold, daring, fearless," from Old French hardi, from past participle of hardir "to harden, be or make bold," from Frankish *hardjan, from Proto-Germanic *hardjan "to make hard" (cf. Old Frisian herda, Old High German herten, Old Norse herða, Gothic gahardjan "make hard;" see hard). Sense influenced by English hard. Related: Hardily; hardiness. Hardhede "physical hardiness" is attested from early 15c.