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hard-core

[hahrd-kawr, -kohr]
adjective
1.
unswervingly committed; uncompromising; dedicated: a hard-core segregationist.
2.
pruriently explicit; graphically depicted: hard-core pornography. Compare soft-core.
3.
being so without apparent change or remedy; chronic: hard-core inflation; hard-core unemployment.

Origin:
1950–55

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hard-core

adjective
1. stubbornly resistant to change or improvement; "hard-core addicts" 
2. intensely loyal; "his hard-core supporters" 
3. extremely explicit; "hard-core pornography" 
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