bold; audacious; defiant.
- bard·i·ly, adverb
- bard·i·ness, noun
Other definitions for bardy (2 of 2)
a beetle larva of Australia, Bardistus cibarius, that bores into plants and is used as food by Aboriginal peoples.
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How to use bardy in a sentence
They were all members of one family, and all bore the name of bardy.
Old Simon bardy lived on the first floor: Imre did not forget him.
I killed the first bardy in the court, in sight of his family.
The inhabitants of the bardy castle had all retired to rest.
He was the only son of the majoresco, Tamas bardy, and resembled him much in form and feature.