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Definition of "toughened" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of toughen. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "toughened" in a sentence
  • "Soldiers spin toughened to doing quick as good as ruthlessly what contingency be finished to save themselves."
  • "This may sound attractive for anyone who's seen their credit card terms toughened in the past year."
  • "Alternately, the Democratic leadership could add in key Democratic priorities, such as toughened financial regulations, bankruptcy law reforms helping homeowners prevent foreclosure, direct government aid to mortgagees, a tax on the financial industry to pay for the bailout, and the job-creating $60 billion economic stimulus/infrastructure spending package the House passed a few days ago."