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agreeable, amiable, amicable, civil, compatible, congenial, cordial, friendly, genial, inoffensive.
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hard
Definition:
into a solid condition; " concrete that sets hard within a few hours"

Synonyms:

adjective
adverse
adverse, antipathetic, burdensome, calamitous, catastrophic, detrimental, difficult, disastrous, distressful, grievous, inauspicious, miserable, opposing, perilous, tragic, troublesome, unfavorable, unfortunate, unfriendly, unlucky, unpropitious, untoward, woeful.
all
hard.
ambitious
grandiose, impressive, lofty, pretentious, visionary, loftier.
bony
osseous, anatomical, ossified.
brutal
gruff, inhuman.
certain
inarguable, incontestable, unassailable, undisputable.
complicated
involved, mega factor, wheels within wheels, hi-tech, gasser, hi tech.
contemptuous
hard-nosed, high hat, opprobrious, temperamental, snootiest, on high horse, derisory, coldshoulder, cold-shoulder, dog it.
cruel, ruthless
acrimonious, angry, antagonistic, austere, bitter, bleak, brutal, cold, cold fish, cold-blooded, dark, disagreeable, dour, grievous, grim, hard-boiled, harsh, hostile, inclement, intemperate, intolerable, obdurate, painful, perverse, pitiless, rancorous, resentful, stern, strict, stringent, stubborn, thick-skinned, unfeeling, unjust, unkind, unpleasant, unrelenting, unsympathetic, vengeful, hard as nails.
deep
extreme, baritone, bass, low-toned, full-toned.
dense
impenetrable.
depressing
bleak.
difficult
arduous, bothersome, cantankerous, complex, complicated, contrary, cumbersome, demanding, finicky, formidable, fussy, grinding, harsh, knotty, laborious, onerous, oppressive, puzzling, rough, rugged, severe, strenuous, stressful, thorny, ticklish, tight, toilsome, tough, tricky, trying, uphill, wearing, wearisome, wearying, adverse, burdensome, difficult, stiff, troublesome.
difficult, exhausting
arduous, backbreaking, bothersome, burdensome, complicated, demanding, distressing, effortful, exacting, formidable, grinding, hairy, heavy, herculean, intricate, involved, knotty, labored, laborious, mean, merciless, onerous, rigorous, rough, rugged, scabrous, serious, severe, slavish, sticky, strenuous, terrible, tiring, toilsome, troublesome, unsparing, uphill, wearing, wearisome, wearying, Difficile, Fatiguing, Irksome, Operose, Toilful, murder, uphill battle.
dry
evaporated, thirsty, desiccant, dried-up, juiceless, rainless, sapless, waterless, Droughty, Moistureless, Unmoistened, dried up, not irrigated, searer.
effortful
effortful.
exigent
superincumbent.
flinty
flinty, steely.
hard
firm, rigid, solid, callous, stiff.
heavy
Acroamatic, Heightened.
heightened
te.
inarguable
confirmable, establishable, having down pat.
indigestible
uneatable.
inedible
indigestible.
insensitive
aloof, anesthetized, apathetic, blunt, callous, cold-blooded, cool, detached, dispassionate, emotionless, hard-boiled, hardened, hardhearted, heartless, indifferent, insensitive, nonchalant, numb, objective, passionless, passive, ruthless, stony, uncompassionate, unconcerned, unemotional, unfeeling, unsympathetic, insusceptible, tough, Imperceptive, feelingless.
intensive
in depth, speeded up, INDEPTH, out and out, speeded-up.
intoxicating
alcoholic.
knockabout
knockabout, rough and tumble.
mean
snide, lowdown and dirty, liverish, toucher, low-down and dirty, low-down dirty, the lowest.
metallic
mineral, fusible, geologic, metallurgic, silvery, tinny, stannic, ORY.
no-nonsense
no nonsense.
obstinate
obstinate, opinionated, opinionative, self-willed, strong-minded.
ossified
fossilized.
painful
nagging, smarting, extremely bad.
positive
positive, clear cut.
recondite
orphic, little-known, little known.
resentful
anti, rancorous, Oppugnant, unwelcoming, ill-disposed.
rocklike
adamantine, callous, compact, compressed, concentrated, consolidated, dense, firm, hardened, impenetrable, indurate, inflexible, iron, packed, rigid, rocky, set, solid, stiff, stony, strong, thick, tough, unyielding, Indurated, Compacted.
rocky
Impassible, bouldered, lithic, pebbly, petrous, rock-ribbed, rockbound, rocklike, stonelike, Lapidarian.
rough
roughhewn, bearish, uncompleted, unhewn, untutored, unperfected, unwrought.
serious
feller, playing hard ball, smoking, sobering, unamusing, unhumorous, of consequence, no joke, no laughing matter, out for blood, strictly business.
servile
slavish.
severe
severe, unsmiling, exacting, grim, iron-handed.
solid
concrete, dense, physical, set, stable, substantial, unyielding, firm, solid.
stonyhearted
Stony-hearted.
strong
well-founded, well-established, highly seasoned, unmixed, strong-flavored, highly flavored.
tenacious
bold, brave, bullheaded, courageous, dauntless, decisive, determined, devoted, diligent, dogged, enduring, faithful, fervent, headstrong, hearty, indefatigable, indomitable, insistent, obdurate, obstinate, persevering, persistent, plucky, resolute, spunky, staunch, steadfast, stiff, strong, strong-willed, stubborn, tenacious, tireless, true, undaunted, unflagging, bulldogged, flintlike, stony, tough.
thick
blubbery.
true, indisputable
absolute, actual, bare, definite, down-to-earth, genuine, plain, positive, practical, pragmatic, realistic, sure, undeniable, unvarnished, verified.
unsparing
unsparing, Procrustean, ungrudging.
adverb
badly
gravely.
fast
securely, solidly, soundly, steadfastly, tightly.
powerfully
with might and main.
severely
critically, oppressively, rigorously, with an iron hand.
adverb
all
firmly, hard.
badly
extremely.
in a fixed manner
close, fast, firmly, solidly, steadfastly, tight, tightly.
lowly
humble.
severely
oppressively, sternly.
with determination
assiduously, closely, diligently, doggedly, exhaustively, industriously, intensively, intently, painstakingly, persistently, searchingly, steadily, strenuously, thoroughly, unremittingly, Untiringly.
with difficulty
agonizingly, arduously, awkwardly, badly, carefully, distressingly, hardly, harshly, inconveniently, laboriously, ponderously, tiredly, gruelingly, toilsomely, burdensomely, cumbersomely, cumbrously, exhaustingly, Unwieldily, with great effort.
with great force
actively, angrily, animatedly, boisterously, briskly, brutally, cruelly, earnestly, energetically, ferociously, fiercely, forcibly, frantically, furiously, heavily, intensely, keenly, madly, meanly, painfully, powerfully, relentlessly, rigorously, roughly, rowdily, savagely, seriously, severely, sharply, spiritedly, sprightly, stormily, strongly, turbulently, uproariously, urgently, viciously, vigorously, violently, vivaciously, wildly, like fury, tumultously/tumultuously, with all one's might.
with resentment
bitterly, reluctantly, slowly, sorely, Rancorously.
noun
alcoholic
intoxicating, stimulating.
compact
thick, unyielding.
cruel
perverse, unrelenting, vengeful.
hard
adamantine, al dente, alcoholic, ambitious, arduous, awkward, backbreaking, bad, baffling, brutal, calculating, calculative, case-hardened, catchy, challenging, conniving, corneous, cruel, delicate, difficult, embarrassing, erect, fermented, firm, firmly, fractious, granitelike, granitic, grueling, gruelling, hard-boiled, hard-fought, hardened, harsh, heavily, heavy, herculean, hornlike, intemperate, intemperately, knockout, knotty, laborious, labourious, lignified, marmoreal, marmorean, nasty, ossified, petrified, petrous, plosive, problematic, problematical, punishing, rigorous, rocklike, rocky, rough, rugged, scheming, semihard, serious, set, severe, severely, shrewd, slatey, slaty, solid, soured, stale, steely, sticky, stiff, stonelike, stony, strong, stubborn, tall, thorny, ticklish, tight, toilsome, tough, tricky, troublesome, trying, tumid, unenviable, unkind, unpadded, uphill, velar, vexed, woody.
rock
stone.
verb
intensified
intense.
Examples of usage:
  1. It was so hard to think at all! – The Everlasting Whisper by Jackson Gregory
  2. Yet at last there as one was too hard for him. – The Works of John Bunyan Volume 3 by John Bunyan
  3. It seems so hard to get back when I do go away. – Peggy Owen and Liberty by Lucy Foster Madison
  4. " Not so hard, daughter," the doctor said to her once. – The Children's Book of Christmas Stories by Various
  5. It was not hard to find Cathy. – Jerry's Charge Account by Hazel Hutchins Wilson

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