diehard : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n one who adheres to traditional views
- Georgia has much to fear from diehard imperialists in Moscow, but there is another, internal menace -- a growling presence in the garden.
- The third group and some of the most diehard Hillary voters, the adviser admitted were affluent women who had risen in their professions at the same time that Clinton did.
- When police cornered diehard Nationalist Chief Pedro Albizu Campos, 59, in his San Juan headquarters, Governor Mufioz Marin ordered the besiegers to move cautiously.