hardheads hardheads


  • (n) a weedy perennial with tough wiry stems and purple flowers; native to Europe but widely naturalized


  1. Returning home with 700 fish, mostly hardheads and croakers, the first batch of angling excursionists felt quite satisfied that they had $40 worth of fun.
  2. Such a prospect, however visionary, moves hardheads as well as softheads in Europe's factories.
  3. Convincing the hardheads may be another matter.


  • Fishing Forecast: Variety spices up bay fishing

    It’s a broken record from last week, but that’s a good thing. A very good thing. Fishing for rockfish, perch, spot and hardheads remains outstanding in most places from the Choptank River to the Magot
    on June 20, 2013     Source: CapitalGazette.com


  1. "The evacuation I think was a great success. We had a few hardheads. We always do," Texas Gov. Rick Perry told The New York Times.
    on Sep 15, 2008 By: Rick Perry Source: LiveScience.com

  2. "The media has been on our back on this tour, and rightly so," Larkham said. "We know a lot of people have written us off, but there is confidence in this team, and next year we will have a few old hardheads back in the side."
    on Nov 26, 2006 By: Stephen Larkham Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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