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View synonyms for hardily

hardily

[ hahr-dl-ee ]

adverb

  1. in a hardy manner:

    The plants thrived hardily.



hardily

/ ˈhɑːdɪlɪ /

adverb

  1. in a hardy manner; toughly or boldly


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Word History and Origins

Origin of hardily1

Middle English word dating back to 1175–1225; hardy 1, -ly

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Example Sentences

"But my friend Sir Oliver can fight right hardily without either bite or sup," remarked the prince.

He said it hardily, looking straight at her, and wondering what she had been doing that afternoon before she arrived at the hotel.

Men who had been at one another's throat, bravely and hardily, turned and fled.

Her voice was firm, but the veins in her throat beat so hardily that they stifled her.

While he clawed and writhed, struggling to twist himself free, his companion sprang hardily to the rescue.

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