Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Bold-faced; defiant; audacious.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Jena took the girls everywhere she could think of just to keep from getting shack happy They visited the museum, the art center, saw a silly movie with Star and Rus, went miler-skating -- after which Jena could bardy walk.

    The Summer Girl

  • I squinted in the darkness, bardy able to pick him out against the foliage in his tigerstripes and camouflage war paint.

    Rogue Warrior

  • She had bardy enough air to make a but she knew he had heard her.

    Adam's Fall

  • Miss Delord plumped herself down upon the edge of the proffered seat, her toes bardy touching the floor.

    The Net

  • The Violet Love Signature Couture Headbands are a spectrum of bardy and bright colorful schemes, and made with the softest of fabrics.

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  • "Ye bardy loon, gae but the house and mind your wark.

    The Proverbs of Scotland

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