- n. alternative spelling of hard-ass.
“A perceptive piece of the joys of weightlifting from Justin Quirk shows him transforming himself from a "streak of piss to aspiring doorman" in 10 weeks at hard-arse Bethnal Green gym Muscleworks.”
“It has to be said that Bullock plays a very believable hard-arse, her Margaret Tate calling upon equal parts Miss Congeniality and Hillary Clinton in her portrayal of this morally void and emotionally neutered book publisher, who finds herself about to be deported back to Canada pretty much solely through her own arrogance and belief that rules are for other people.”
“' unique, finicky, hard-arse and highly competitive '' scene was appointing Josh Emett”
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