hardiness hardiness


  1. (n) the property of being strong and healthy in constitution
  2. (n) the trait of being willing to undertake things that involve risk or danger


  1. Flu's hardiness as a human scourge is the result, paradoxically, of the instability of its genetic structure.
  2. Flu's hardiness as a recurring human scourge is the result of its unstable genetic structure.
  3. Known as invasive non-indigenous species, such garden mainstays as garlic mustard or Japanese barberry are often cultivated for their beauty and hardiness.


  • Crape Myrtle: hardiness and hues

    Crape Myrtle is a family of plants that the plant breeders are making much more cold hardy and improved for our hardiness zone.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Cincinnati Enquirer


  1. "The new larger government will continue its national responsibilities by easing the hardiness and the suffering of the people in Gaza," Fayyad said in a statement following his cabinet's weekly meeting.
    on May 11, 2009 By: Salam Fayyad Source: Xinhua

  2. "All credit to the boys. They have displayed hardiness, shown considerable self-belief. The series in Australia was tough. So has the tour of India. My boys have learnt quickly, adapted well," said Inzamam, with a sense of satisfaction.
    on Apr 16, 2005 By: Inzamam ul-Haq Source: Hindu

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