hardiment

[ hahr-dee-muhnt ]
/ ˈhɑr di mənt /

noun Archaic.

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Origin of hardiment

1325–75; Middle English <Old French; see hardy1, -ment
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Example sentences from the Web for hardiment

  • But with hardiment he joined 'wit'—judgment, prudence, measure; and the union of the two is 'worship.'

    King Robert the Bruce|A. F. Murison
  • I think it matters not much one way or the other, but we may win our sanctuary by hardiment.

    The Serf|Guy Thorne