adjective, har·di·er, har·di·est.
Origin of hardy1
SYNONYMS FOR hardy
Can be confusedhardy hearty
Definition for hardy (2 of 3)
noun, plural har·dies.
Definition for hardy (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for hardy
Two other victims besides Jones and Hardy have been identified.
The family then fell on hard times, and Hardy moved to live with relatives in the Chicago area.
Vann is said to have told cops that he had begun to fight with Hardy in the course of sex.
Hardy had started life in Illinois and then had moved to Colorado with her family.
Hardy was given a 60-day suspended sentence and put on probation for 18 months.
You do not know your own mind yet, and it is possible it is the same with Hardy; only do not build too much on this, Helga.A Danish Parsonage|John Fulford Vicary
Hardy demanded an instant surrender, and gave only five minutes' time for consideration.Elsie's Young Folks in Peace and War|Martha Finley
In this he is like Meredith and Hardy, and I can think of no other young novelist who is quite worthy of the company.The Critical Game|John Albert Macy
Sir Edmund Lyon sent off light steamers to reinforce the two hardy little fellows, the French steamers also rushed to the rescue.The British Expedition to the Crimea|William Howard Russell
Hubert this time accompanied them, as Mr. Hardy wished the boys to become as self-reliant as possible.Out on the Pampas|G. A. Henty