And raising his hand he thrust the startled official aside, and hardily pushed the doors of the chamber open.
"True, Sir; but you never acknowledged it," said the priest, hardily.
We are ashamed or afraid to conform honestly and hardily to a state of things purely American.
"Nay, your worship, it was their own quarrel," replied Billington hardily.
"I am not mistaken, and I'd like to know," she persisted, looking him hardily in the eyes.
He had dreamt of stark battles and of renown that would be hardily won.
Harrison, watching with narrowed eyes the stone-wall face of his captor, jeered at him hardily.
Polly and Penny beside her, plump as pigeons and hardily browned.
Come on hardily (sayeth hee) and God knoweth how spedily you shal be obeyed.
Of so many black ill-willers, which should he be that doth so hardily outface us?