Definition for HARD'I-HOOD

HARD'I-HOOD, n. [See Hardy and Hood.]

Boldness, united with firmness and constancy of mind; dauntless bravery; intrepidity. Milton. It is the society of numbers which gives hardihood to iniquity. Buckminster. Hardihead and Hardiment, in the sense of hardihood, are obsolete. Spenser. Fairfax.

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