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Synonyms for Hardy

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physically toughened so as to have great endurance

capable of exerting considerable effort or of withstanding considerable stress or hardship

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United States slapstick comedian who played the pompous and overbearing member of the Laurel and Hardy duo who made many films (1892-1957)

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English novelist and poet (1840-1928)

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having rugged physical strength

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able to survive under unfavorable weather conditions

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invulnerable to fear or intimidation

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Then try growing the strong upright cordons, similar to the greenhouse varieties but hardier, which can be used as a hedge or dot plant - if you have a taste for the unusual try Tigrella, which has striped fruit.
As any kid who went to junior school during the far hardier, and similarly hard-up, 70s will tell you - if the worst comes to the worst, we'll do it in our vest and pants.
In response to being in an air-starved environment, together with the added nutrients provided by the cut leaves, the bacteria became hardier during storage.
Our clams are hardier, a bit like us, bigger, and the flesh is slightly chewier.
It's also possible that the relatively few men who live beyond 90 are hardier "survivors" who have fewer dementia risk factors.
Hardier plants, including box hedging, silver birch and yew and hard landscaping elements, such as the specially constructed summer house and benches, were assembled so that the team could see how their paper designs converted to a three-dimensional reality.
As early as 1880, scientists embarked on a crusade to save the American chestnut by cross-breeding hardier, blight-resistant varieties.
We soon found hardier stock, trees that held on to their foliage even as gusting winds undressed others from the top down.
The big birds, though, proved hardier than thought, with some help from Mother Nature.
Under the organic umbrella, Caron is involved with plant breeding, with the intent to produce a hardier potato crop.
But critics question the heavy reliance on the Japanese survivors because of the "healthy survivor" effect--those who survived the bombing might have been hardier than those who died early on, potentially skewing the results.
A few of your hardier plants, such as collards and kale, will actually have improved flavor after being frost-kissed.
This finished sequence will provide an indispensable roadmap to agricultural researchers using both biotechnology and conventional breeding to develop hardier rice varieties.
But you can achieve a similar subsea effect in other areas by experimenting with hardier succulents.
But amid the rubble of her devastated home city, miracles are still possible, and Tia is a hardier survivor than one might expect of a small Siamese