"Just so," rejoined the Italian, with a hardihood that seemed to sit easily upon him.
Then they told the men of that which had come to pass, and all wondered at their might and hardihood.
If he really possessed the hardihood to ask Louise to do this for him, she would laugh at him.
And this, let it be observed, Dr. Mansel has the hardihood to affirm.
The hardihood with which the Russians endure pain has often been remarked.
Where shall we look for deeds of equal daring and hardihood?
A bold, freebooting Amazon she appeared, standing there in the fire-glow, and one to whom hardihood was a birth-right.
After all, the guide has to have the kind of pluck and hardihood that ought to be well rewarded.
He knew he would be risking his neck, but the sting of desire galled him to hardihood.
The Baron had the hardihood to call upon us the next day; of course, in vain.