All Adverb
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  • For a minute he stood confronting the man, who looked back hardily at him. Cited from Mrs. Day's Daughters, by Mary E. Mann
  • Hardily go on thy way; I know well he will say nay. Cited from Old English Plays, Vol. II, by Dodsley
  • Then hardily leave him not, till time you strike him dead, And, of all other parts, especially save your head. Cited from Old English Plays, Vol. II, by Dodsley
  • He stood in less fear of the others now, and more hardily pressed after them, taking no further thought of the six dead men. Cited from Four Arthurian Romances, by Chretien DeTroyes
  • You look too hardily at the brand of pleasure on my brow. Cited from The Grey Cloak, by Harold MacGrath
  • Now must we each lay on most hardily, So evil songs neer sung of us shall be. Cited from The Song of Roland, Anonymous/Trans. by Moncrieff
  • "If she does not listen she will repent it all her life!" the fellow answered hardily. Cited from Count Hannibal, by Stanley J. Weyman
  • "All right, let it affect his heart then!" said the twenty-year-old Freda hardily. Cited from Saturday's Child, by Kathleen Norris
  • He laughed hardily, meeting his rival eye to eye. Cited from Mavericks, by William MacLeod Raine
  • Men who had been at one another's throat, bravely and hardily, turned and fled. Cited from The Adventures of Kathlyn, by Harold MacGrath
  • Some people have a way of pruning a friend's spirit in a manner that makes it bush out more hardily than ever. Cited from Over Paradise Ridge, by Maria Thompson Daviess
  • The twelve-year-old brain grappled hardily with the problem which has thrown many an older wrestler. Cited from The Quickening, by Francis Lynde
  • Her voice was firm, but the veins in her throat beat so hardily that they stifled her. Cited from The Adventures of Kathlyn, by Harold MacGrath
  • Of so many black ill-willers, which should he be that doth so hardily outface us? Cited from The Black Arrow, by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Perion's men, who fought so hardily on land, were novices at sea. Cited from Domnei, by James Branch Cabell
  • Show me, mother, hardily all thy necessity, And, if I can, I shall provide the remedy. Cited from Collection of Old English Plays, Vol. I., Dodsley
  • And the others ever pressed upon them more hardily; and the battle went sore against them, and many were wounded, and of their horses. Cited from Memoirs or Chronicle of The Fourth Crusade
  • We know too little about either to do that, and what we cannot disprove it is somewhat venturesome hardily to deny. Cited from Expositions/Holy Scripture: Ezekiel, etc., by Alexander Maclaren
  • So soon as they came together, Arthur and Frolle; hardily they greeted all that they met. Cited from Brut, by Layamon
  • There was verdure at the base of its slope and trees lifted their heads here and there hardily. Cited from The Adventures of Kathlyn, by Harold MacGrath
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