Hardiness

Har"di*ness

(-d*ns), n. 1. Capability of endurance.
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2. Hardihood; boldness; firmness; assurance. Spenser.
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Plenty and peace breeds cowards; Hardness ever
Of hardiness is mother.
Shak.
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They who were not yet grown to the hardiness of avowing the contempt of the king.
Clarendon.
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3. Hardship; fatigue. [Obs.] Spenser.
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