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Superlative for solid and resistant to pressure
“The glass would fall and shatter on the hard concrete floor.”
Superlative for requiring a great deal of effort
“It's hard work trying to get a good photo of my children who won't sit still.”
Superlative for forceful in nature
“The children delivered several hard blows to the pinata with their sticks.”
Superlative for difficult to comprehend or decipher
“This crossword puzzle is too hard for me to solve.”
Superlative for difficult to bear
“A recession was predicted, and the populace braced themselves for hard times to come.”
Superlative for tough and exacting in one's expectations or treatment of others
“The drill sergeant was a hard man who was constantly barking instructions loudly at his soldiers.”
Superlative for able to withstand hardship
“It was grueling work, but he was a hard man and nothing fazed him.”
Superlative for hardworking in nature
“I feel lucky to have a group of hard workers in my team.”
Superlative for unquestionable or indisputable
“We must rely on hard facts to reach a determination as opposed to the whims of those with vested interests.”
Superlative for based on fact
“I will need some hard information on this matter, and not just something you made up.”
Superlative for confronting or thought-provoking in nature
“His life was a mess, and it was time to ask himself some hard questions about the choices he had made.”
Superlative for established and not subject to change
“These are the hard rules of the establishment that you must abide by.”
Superlative for bitter or resentful in nature
“He still harbored hard feelings toward those who had wronged him in the past.”
Superlative for unwavering from one's opinion or persuasion
“Despite evidence to the contrary, he refused to change his hard opinions on the matter.”
(of liquor) Superlative for having an intoxicating nature
“I try to avoid drinking too much hard liquor as I do not enjoy being over-inebriated.”
(of drugs or narcotics) Superlative for strong or potent in nature
“His life was ruined once he started using hard drugs.”
(of the elements) Superlative for harsh and severe
“This year's winter has been particularly hard.”
Superlative for with great strength, energy or force
“The athlete threw the javelin hard to cover as much distance as possible.”
Superlative for with determination or diligence
“He had a burning ambition to become a professional cartoonist, and he worked hard daily to improve his craft.”
Superlative for with difficulty
“Federer's five-set victory over Nadal in the Australian Open was certainly hard earned.”
Superlative for in an emotionally difficult manner
“He took the news of the Bitcoin crash hard as he had a lot invested in the cryptocurrency.”
(of rain) Superlative for in a torrential manner
“It rained hard, ruining all of our plans for the day.”
(of one's gaze) Superlative for in a highly interested or concerned manner
“Edith gazed hard at the intricate doll in the shop window, longing to play with it someday.”
Superlative for in a steadfast manner
“During times of adversity, we must hold hard to our core principles more than ever.”
Superlative for in a resentful manner
“The household budget was tight, and she complained hard about the electric bill.”
Superlative for such as to render something solid
“The lake had frozen hard during the bitter cold of the winter months.”
Superlative for in a harsh or severe manner
“The Government reacted by clamping down hard on the civil unrest.”
Superlative for indulging excessively
“They partied hard into the night.”
Everything that one is capable of
The greatest or most extreme extent or amount
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