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- adv. In a hardy manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Same as hardly.
- adv. Boldly; stoutly; resolutely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A variant of hardly.
- In a hardy manner; boldly; with hardiness; with confidence.
- Surely; certainly; of course; indeed.
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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!
Most of these pretentious, search-engine-inspired comments FROM PEOPLE WHO HAVEN'T EVEN SEEN THE MOVIE YET really make me laugh hardily truly not attempting to be condescending, just sayin.
This made the rental attendant laugh quite hardily.
'Sir, I'm not used to be used in this manner!' answered he, hardily, and hoping, by raising his tone, for the favourable intervention of the company.
Instead, Europe hardily embraced Bush's "shop til you drop" approach to credit.
He was helped by Jeff Roizen and Jeff Oestricher, who labored hardily to root out answers to even the esoteric questions.
January 13, 2008 at 7:13 am u noes, TINA,….. ai hardily evver has a cluu wat ur tawlking about ….but ai iz allus intreeggededed….
If there is one thing which the modern materialists insist on, if possibly even more than the science of motoring, it is the science of hygiene; but in this case they hardily seem to be doing their duty.