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hardiment

noun har·di·ment \-mənt\

Definition of HARDIMENT

1
archaic :  hardihood
2
obsolete :  a bold deed

Origin of HARDIMENT

Middle English, from Anglo-French hardiement, from hardi bold, hardy
First Known Use: 14th century

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