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hardy
Definition:
Inured to hardship; robust; bold; audacious.

Synonyms:

adjective
able-bodied
hale, hardy, powerful, staunch, strapping.
all
hardy, stalwart, stout, sturdy.
brave
adventurous, audacious, bold, brave, chivalrous, confident, courageous, daring, dashing, dauntless, defiant, doughty, fearless, foolhardy, forward, gallant, game, gritty, gutsy, heroic, imprudent, indomitable, intrepid, lionhearted, militant, nervy, plucky, reckless, resolute, spirited, spunky, stalwart, stouthearted, strong, unabashed, unafraid, undaunted, undismayed, valiant, valorous, venturesome, Undauntable, Unblenching, Unfearful, chin-up, herolike.
brawny
athletic, beefy, bulky, fleshy, husky, sinewy, tough, vital, Thewy.
courageous
adventuresome, assured, cool, daredevil, fiery, high-spirited, martial, red-blooded, spartan, venturous, Impavid, trojan, fire eating, fire-eating, stand tall, manly.
economical
spartan.
energetic
active, aggressive, animated, ball of fire, breezy, brisk, demoniac, driving, dynamic, enterprising, forcible, high-powered, industrious, kinetic, lively, peppy, potent, snappy, sprightly, spry, strenuous, tireless, untiring, vivacious, zippy, highpowered.
fresh
alert, blooming, bouncing, bright, chipper, clear, dewy, fair, florid, glowing, good, invigorated, keen, refreshed, rehabilitated, relaxed, relieved, rested, restored, revived, rosy, ruddy, stimulated, undimmed, unused, unwearied, verdant, wholesome, young, bright-eyed, Unfaded, Unwithered, bushy-tailed, like new.
full-blooded
thoroughbred, unmixed, virile.
game
bold, desirous, disposed, dogged, eager, inclined, interested, persevering, persistent, prepared, ready, unflinching, up for, more interested.
gritty
determined, mettlesome, steadfast, game*.
gutsy
L.
hard
hard-bitten.
hard-bitten
Hard-handed, hardhanded, hardbitten.
hardy
able, able-bodied, brawny, burly, capable, enduring, firm, fit, fresh, hale, hardened, healthy, hearty, hefty, indefatigable, inured, lusty, mighty, muscular, powerful, resistant, robust, rugged, seasoned, solid, sound, stalwart, staunch, stout, sturdy, substantial, tenacious, unflagging, vigorous, well, Acclimatized, in good shape, in good condition, in fine fettle, physically fit.
healthy
chipper, energetic, fit, full of life, full-bodied, hale, healthy, lively, robust, salubrious, spry, vigorous, vital, wholesome, rosy-cheeked, safe and sound, well, in good shape, in fine fettle, in fine feather, in the pink, physically fit.
manly
jocker, colter, jockstrap, manful, Lion-hearted, beefcake, Stout-hearted, Heman, two-fisted.
strong
well-founded, well-made, firm, heavy-duty, strong, hard as nails.
vigorous
strong as an ox, take-charge, take-over, take charge, take over, hard-driving.
well
solid as a rock, alive and kicking, right as rain, solid as rock, up to par, wrapped tight.
noun
hardy
doughty, fearless, manful, manlike, manly, robust, rugged, stalwart, stout, sturdy, Oliver Hardy, Thomas Hardy.
person
hardy, Oliver Hardy, Thomas Hardy.
Examples of usage:
  1. It is hardy further north than the orange. – Soil Culture by J. H. Walden
  2. My lady gives no trouble: she is hardy, she's not like other ladies. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. I have met Hardy. – Dawn of All by Robert Hugh Benson
  4. It seemed to me time to know into whose company I had fallen, and who was the hardy and decisive rider at my side. – Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker by S. Weir Mitchell
  5. And did a hardy pirate gain the ledge in spite of all, there stood Milo, like a bronze Fate, with deadly ax poised to turn success into death. – The Pirate Woman by Aylward Edward Dingle

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