/ (ˈhɑːdɪŋ) /

  1. Henry, 1st Viscount Hardinge of Lahore. 1785–1856, British politician, soldier, and colonial administrator; governor general of India (1844–48)

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How to use Hardinge in a sentence

  • On a division Sir Henry Hardinge's motion was rejected by two hundred and seventy-eight against two hundred and forty-two.

  • "Mr. Hardinge has done wonders, I swear," sighed the Countess, still striving with that sense of loss.

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  • His lordship looked pleased, but how he frowned when Sir Hardinge Giffard complained that he was deprived of an opportunity!

  • Sir Hardinge Giffard, therefore, almost entirely confined himself to playing upon the prejudices of the jury.

  • I had but a moment to press Grace to my heart, before Mr. Hardinge's voice drew my attention to him.

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