hardy was given a 60-day suspended sentence and put on probation for 18 months.
These little round viruses, though, have proven all too hardy and extremely transmissible.
“People are unknowable,” hardy mutters—his last lesson for Miller.
The role of Tommy hit close to home for hardy, however, because it resembled the relationship he had early on with his father.
“The distance that I had from my father was very comparable,” said hardy.
"I agree with every word you say, Herr Pastor," said Mrs. hardy.
His enemies were for the time discomfited, and even the hardy Wilton was abashed.
Assured was he that only a hardy soldier and a good general might safely keep the crown.
Then, reverting to his private feelings: “Kiss me, hardy,” said he.
He is now more like the hardy mountaineer, taking long walks on hill-tops in all seasons and weathers.
c.1200, "bold, daring, fearless," from Old French hardi, from past participle of hardir "to harden, be or make bold," from Frankish *hardjan, from Proto-Germanic *hardjan "to make hard" (cf. Old Frisian herda, Old High German herten, Old Norse herða, Gothic gahardjan "make hard;" see hard). Sense influenced by English hard. Related: Hardily; hardiness. Hardhede "physical hardiness" is attested from early 15c.