His district, just south of Washington DC was among the hardness hit by the trembler.
I portray Mecca as it really was, which means in all its hardness and brutality.
When she felt his hardness,” however, “the feelings evaporated.
Its hardness and coldness reassured her of she knew not what.
There was hardness in his voice when he spoke to the accused, but there was compassion there, too.
The wound was healed, but the hardness of the scar remained.
The carborundum brick was selected on account of its hardness.
It is from six to eight inches long, and ends in a sharp-pointed hook of extreme strength and hardness.
Its material is a breccia from a quarry near Thebes, and is remarkable for its hardness.
The disregard of these common decencies lays him open to the charges of cruelty, cynicism, hardness.