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Synonyms for hard

with difficulty

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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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Also the new GCSEs have different levels and they might be harder to understand because it is 1-9.
Other animals overwhelmingly chose the intellectually harder route.
Hague has absolutely no right whatsoever to tell anyone to work harder - the guy hasn't done a proper day's work in his life and just like the majority of the Government, has had a privileged life AM, High Heaton.
Oregon's Department of Consumer and Business Services also apparently had problems with the provisions relating to Harder.
There is a lot of new ground here, which Harder covers with authority.
This definitive history of the USS Harder would make a valuable addition to the library of anyone interested in naval history and the feats of US submarines during World War II.
For the purpose of data presentation, the responses of "make it harder" and "make it a little harder" were combined into a "made it harder to monitor" group.
Juan Pablo Montoya: Probably open-wheel is harder because everything happens faster, the level of grip is different.
When asked how her dancing was affected, she says, "It made it harder to retain choreography, and a lot harder to focus.
It will be harder than when we were only fighting with McLaren," he said.
Untangling the mystery of the World Wide Web can be a lot like walking into quicksand: the more you get into it, the harder it is to get where you want to be.
Of course, clowns have rivalries too: One of the film's best sequences is a show-stopping dance-off between Tommy's disciples and a group of edgier krumpers who have spun off to pursue something harder.
Without a steady stream of investment, pulp and paper companies tend to slide down the competitiveness scale and find it harder and harder to be profitable.
He also dismissed concerns of a "speculative bubble" in the housing market by stating that it's harder to trade houses than stocks.