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Definition of "hards" []

  • Coarse fibres and other refuse from flax and hemp
  • Plural form of hard. (noun)

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  • The refuse or coarse part of flax; tow. (noun)

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Use "hards" in a sentence
  • "One of the die-hards is Mital Gandhi, a Republican whom Fenty appointed to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board and the Board of Elections and Ethics (though the latter was nixed by the D.C. Council)."
  • "Speaking truth to Republican die-hards is not easy."
  • "You didn't use the other common erroneous segue I find among Hillary die-hards, which is to segue to some variant of 'well, she's so much better than the guy now in office' ...... as though she is running against Bush."