hardy


hardy
01. People in this country are really [hardy]; they walk around in t-shirts and shorts when I've got a sweater and jacket on.
02. Only the [hardiest] plants are able to survive in this harsh environment.
03. Mountain goats are very [hardy] animals which can endure winter temperatures of minus 50 degrees and winds of over 100 miles per hour.
04. Mosquitoes are the world's [hardiest] insects, capable of surviving both the cold winters of Siberia and the terrible heat of the equatorial jungles.
05. These plants are known for their [hardiness] and can grow in even the poorest of soils.
06. Those who explored the far north were a [hardy] group of men who suffered untold hardships in the quest for discovery.
07. After spending the summer outdoors tree planting, my son came home stronger and [hardier] than I'd ever seen him.
08. The Inuit have got to be the [hardiest] people on the planet, living in ice and snow for several months of the year, through temperatures down to -60 degrees or lower.
09. This houseplant is extremely [hardy]; I can go for a month without watering it and it still survives.
10. Dave is certainly [hardier] than me. I get chilled quite easily, but he can stay out in the cold all day without feeling it.
11. She's a [hardy] supporter of the President and would never believe anything bad about him.
12. Only the [hardiest] plants in my garden survived the cold weather last night.
13. The U.S. Marines are known for their strength, their [hardiness] and their determination.
14. A Welsh proverb suggests that three things give us [hardy] strength: sleeping on hairy mattresses, breathing cold air, and eating dry food.
15. The flowers we had in our garden didn't survive the winter. They grow best in a warm climate and just weren't [hardy] enough to grow in our area.

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