die-hard : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s tradition-bound and obstinately opinionated
an inflexible (or die-hard) conservative
- Some are calling the inquiries a field day for die-hard Clinton-haters.
- But not all of Journey's die-hard fans and there are plenty have embraced Pineda with open arms.
- Soldiers scoured Bucharest house by house, digging out the last die-hard rebels, confiscating some 5,000 rifles, revolvers and machine guns, cases of hand grenades and ammunition.
- Nora Ephron in FOXNews
With today's announcement, the NFL showed their loyalty to the sports fans who made the NFL an empire in the first place. The best news of all is that now no die-hard Pats fans will be shut out from watching their team take aim at football... John Kerry http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Kerry&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGeVo7lZZrVLxpZYOe1L2RWeIhupQ Rapid City Journal http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.rapidcityjournal.com/articles/2007/12/26/ap/sports/d8tpg14o0.txt&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFT7t7R-vy615TQlbH6iErxRWmB6w Dec 26, 2007
27522 36414 die-hard I am a total, die-hard supporter of the guild," Ephron said. "We have to have a share of this, whatever it turns out to be."
- Warren Beatty in guardian.co.uk
Beatty said he was "particularly humbled by the presence" of McGovern, Hart, Brown and Clinton, and he described himself as "an old-time, unrepentant, unreconstructed, tax-and-spend, bleeding-heart, die-hard liberal Democrat."