- hardly ever,
- hardouin mansart,
- hardouin, jules,
Origin of hardness
Examples from the Web for hardness
His district, just south of Washington DC was among the hardness hit by the trembler.
When she felt his hardness,” however, “the feelings evaporated.
I portray Mecca as it really was, which means in all its hardness and brutality.
No tears rose; I was struck into hardness equal to his own, and with something added.More Pages from a Journal|Mark Rutherford
It was as if she recognized in that member of sledge-hammer size and hardness a sure defense from all harm.
Twas as if the flood of her joy had swept away all hardness and disdain.A Lady of Quality|Frances Hodgson Burnett
But he also added that, while he liked their hardness, he disliked their moderation.A History of the United States|Cecil Chesterton
If a stone be scratched by a steel knife its hardness is below 6.