Examples of hardy in a Sentence
Most of the soldiers were hardy young men.
Hardy fans stuck with the team through good times and bad.
Only the hardiest pilgrims made the journey.
Recent Examples of hardy from the Web
To help with the harvesting, Hortense hires a pious, dutiful 20-year-old orphan, Francine (Iris Bry), who soon proves to be as hardy as any male farmhand ever was.
Fertilize hardy fruit trees: Apple, peach, pear and plum trees and fruit bushes, such as blackberry, blueberry and grape vines, will benefit from fertilization this month.
The solar installation, which includes acrylic stems, fiber optic cables and glass bulbs, proved so hardy that it was quickly extended for an additional year.
Stevia is hardy in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 11 and up, and does best in semi-humid locations with acidic, well-draining soil.
Those people might be more psychologically hardy and drawn to novel experiences.
Like Diaz, many spectators proved to be as hardy as the runners.
Working with Ryan Diamond of The Backyard nursery in Costa Mesa, the couple removed the lawn and parking strip, added a decomposed granite path framed by sunset pebbles, and planted hardy plants from Australia, South Africa and California.
Climate may limit choices, but Loree recommends whimsical plants with a tropical feel: Pineapple guava has been hardy so far, even producing some fruit.
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HARDY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hardy for English Language Learners
: able to live through difficult conditions (such as a cold winter or a drought)
: strong and able to accept difficult or unpleasant conditions
HARDY Defined for Kids
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