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Synonyms for hard

with difficulty

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Synonyms for hard

unyielding to pressure or force

physically toughened so as to have great endurance

not easy to do, achieve, or master

conveying great physical force

indulging in drink to an excessive degree

rigorous and unsparing in treating others

cold and forbidding

causing sharp, often prolonged discomfort

based on fact

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containing alcohol

in a violent, strenuous way

with intense energy and force

to a point near in time, space, or relation

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not easy

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resisting weight or pressure

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very strong or vigorous

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characterized by effort to the point of exhaustion

produced without vibration of the vocal cords

(of light) transmitted directly from a pointed light source

(of speech sounds)

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given to excessive indulgence of bodily appetites especially for intoxicating liquors

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being distilled rather than fermented

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unfortunate or hard to bear

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dried out

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with firmness

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causing great damage or hardship

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indulging excessively

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Hardish says: "The objective of the night is to play alternative dance music.
And Hardish is looking forward to treating clubbers with an eclectic playlist, selected from across the decades and genres.
Hardish has hit upon the idea of bringing in live musicians, including bhangra artists and friend Simon Hayden, a flamenco guitar player, to give his records the perfect accompaniment.
And for Hardish this reflects what Coventry's clubbing scene at its best is all about.
She has no weight and I'm sure she'll get the trip, but I feel she had a hardish race last time.
On the downside, you could argue mine has had some hardish races for a five-year-old, but he seems very well, so I'm more than hopeful.
Both had hardish races at the festival, but Celestial Halo has even more scope for improvement (based on the fact he is now being ridden from the front, and his jumping seems to be improving), and Binocular will have to quicken more than once to get on top of his rival
Has had three hardish races in quick succession, and latest third at Lingfield came just 48 hours ago, so possibility this might come too soon, and probably won't be long before he needs a break
John Gosden's improving three-year-old duly obliged and, although he wandered around in front and made hardish work of it, jockey Robert Havlin reported "he idled and needs to come later".
The race was won by Chris Wall's Cnoc Moy, who made hardish work of defying the penalty for last week's Windsor win, although winning rider George Baker was by no means asking for everything.
The race was won by Chris Wall's Cnoc Moy, who made hardish work of defying the penalty for last week'sWindsor win, although winning rider George Baker was by no means asking for everything.