Examples of hardship in a Sentence
He had suffered through considerable hardship.
The city has been experiencing a period of financial hardship.
They had to endure the hardships of life on the frontier.
Recent Examples of hardship from the Web
Orgeron said Paris, a senior, has undergone surgery and the team is hoping to get a medical hardship waiver and bring Paris back in 2018.
One of the chief hardships endured by many Floridians in the storm's aftermath was difficulty staying cool in the absence of air conditioning, ice and even natural shade from trees knocked down or stripped bare of foliage.
In the wake of the tragedy, fellow city dwellers, everyday civilians, celebrities, and politicians sent messages of support to the victims and their families and praised New Yorkers for their strength and resilience in the face of hardship.
Most youths came from poor families, or parents separated by divorce and hardship and had little contact with them.
Rogers talks about the early days with great resolve despite the memory of so many hardships.
But there is a wider body of work salvaged from internment camps— a testament to the power of art’s transcendence and dignity in times of extreme hardships.
Serena also thanked her mom for being her role model and giving her the strength to overcome hardships.
Players who are eligible to earn a medical hardship waiver cannot have played more than 30 percent of his team's games.
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First Known Use of hardship
Synonymsadversity, asperity, hardness, difficulty, rigor
Related Wordsdiscomfort, inconvenience, nuisance; affliction, trial, tribulation; knock, misfortune, mishap, tragedy; bar, catch, check, clog, crimp, embarrassment, handicap, hindrance, hitch, hurdle, impediment, interference, let, manacle, obstacle, obstruction, pons asinorum, rub, shackle, snag, stop, trammel; block, chain, deterrent, encumbrance, fetter, inhibition; hump
Near Antonymsadvantage, break, opportunity
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