hard-baked hard-baked


  • (adj) baked until hard


  1. A girl wades in Victoria's Laanecoorie Reservoir after brief showers covered the hard-baked mud with water.
  2. But in the barren, hard-baked south, between a range of sawtooth mountains and the clearwater, coral-reefed Gulf of Aqaba, the government retained ownership of the land.
  3. Most of that money was gouged from the hard-baked Western soil in which the sport has its roots.
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untenable untenable
/ən ˈtɛ nə bəl /