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Definition of "hardily" [har•di•ly]

  • In a hardy manner. (adverb)

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Use "hardily" in a sentence
  • "Overall, I can hardily recommend this shotgun if they stayed with a wining formula."
  • "Sometimes the smile that comes through the tears – the more hardily won – is the far more treasured one than the simple grin that comes from simple pleasures."
  • "If Obama and the administration were against the public option, the republicans (including the conservatives and religious right) would be whole hardily in favor of the public option!"