hardiness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the property of being strong and healthy in constitution
- n the trait of being willing to undertake things that involve risk or danger
the plan required great hardiness of heart
- Flu's hardiness as a human scourge is the result, paradoxically, of the instability of its genetic structure.
- Flu's hardiness as a recurring human scourge is the result of its unstable genetic structure.
- A similar effect will also be felt in the northward shift of what is known as the hardiness zones meaning that northern countries where allergies were once rare may no longer .
News & Articles
- 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.
June 15, 2013 - The Cincinnati Enquirer
- Salam Fayyad in Xinhua
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.
- Inzamam ul-Haq in Hindu
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.