Common misspellings for hard

hybird, thay'd, harty, haeart, aharder, thehard, hatai, hadad, haard, hurld, hazerd, haced, hierd, havard, hahah, hrad, har, hardon, tard, hardr, hald, haward, therd, hardwoo, hardky, haidi, hatre, thiird, toohard, haiir, iherd, hoggard, harldy, dhard, heaed, dard, yaard, heatd, hdwd, harge, haddok, hesaid, shahid, harard, hardes, hyrdo, hadve, hary, harod, headd, hardere, heared, youheard, mard, chaird, hayti, hara, heald, hourd, hairdye, haev, he3art, hayard, hyrid, hardeer, hagard, haor, haild, heerd, cardo, herld, jeard, yhard, huerd, haha1, hwart, ghard, fard, haha, herte, heand, hurd, hadaad, havde, havid, harf, hord, hhair, hard, kard, hardd, hearf, hatii, yeard, jard, forheard, hande, heari, harn, haand, chadd, ard, hammard, hadw, hadwd, haritt, iwhat, hased, hornd, haved, ardd, hearh, hardday, ahade, ahard, behard, hearld, hardard, hazaard, heartd, hirto, faurd, hardwar, hars, haior, hauld, haddake, hcart, hari, ahaed, hardwd, cohart, haarder, jehad, hardwoor, tthird, hartd, he'dd, hjard, iheard, harvord, habd, tiard, ahrd, wehad, harr, haert, hotair, harford, hnard, herard, harlod, havi, haword, hadto, uard, aheaed, hatd, havto, harrd, hartfor, hardkey, harro, heaart, aheard, hoddy, aheahd, heead, harverd, hreard, heaad, herto, hards, fowhard, yuard, yardd, hearad, heaqd, humaid, hoord, hardm, heaerd, hadda, diarh, hairtype, fuard, hardood, heardy, thord, card, herart, hassard, hdurt, haid, harde, taird, hamid, heaert, hazzerd, hayday, harvy, hehad, gard, haret, had've, hanrd, haterd, hidra, oard, harh, hmade, cardy, hardf, eard, ccard, hazzard, ehard, hasd, hartio, harwdare, haurt, hazrd, herad, hairt, harch, haied, hardwrae, harvaid, had1, hazord, headr, howrd, hadr, hardder, hyrda, aherd, aheda, heqad, had't, hardl, hjear, harvad, harad, headre, nheart, hidro, haror, harg, hardle, hrd, herbed, hardoowd, gardi, hardey, hairday, heaard, handdy, cheard, hoarde, harid, hatta, hareder, youhad, hardys, ahaead, heeart, hardthe, harmd, haed, hartord, yarde, haird, foard, hamd, uwhat, hardwae, bharti, haold, hjeart, harted, nhard, heeard, hured, whard, hsrd, hoorid, hannd, havw, harlut, hadrer, haad, hargid, hurdal, hardway, heird, hasard, hazzord, 3hird, heardt, haddad, haged, ahort, hearde, havta, havd, theard, haead, horid, ykard, hardous, hamade, ehart, hardi, ahaid, hanad, hardto, haerd, harnd, hward, behaid, haned, tiaerd, hamard, sheard, charde, eheart, ward, hasrd, rihard, hrrd, honard, ahdd, hird, hardoow, hhear, handd, haro, hadd, farhad, had10, hadf, hafd, hahad, haqd, hjad, hair'do, hairdoo, hair'd, hairty, haind, hhard, hardn, hardet, harned, hardol, hatrd, hazourd, heardake, hear'd, hraed, hear6t, heark, horad, hourde, huverd, paerd, hatori, uheard, wherd, hyatt.

Definitions of hard

  1.   having undergone fermentation; " hard cider"
  2.   Forcibly; laborlously; diligently; tempestuously; closely; near; roughly; to the utmost extent; so as to become firm and unyielding; with vexation, trouble, or sorrow.
  3.   Wanting softness or smoothness of utterance; harsh; as, a hard tone.
  4.   Hardness.
  5.   of speech sounds
  6.   With difficulty; urgently; laboriously; near; close.
  7.   Close; near; earnestly; diligently, as to read hard, to work hard; importunately; nimbly; with great force.
  8.   Rough; acid; sour, as liquors; as, hard cider.
  9.   A ford or passage across a river or swamp.
  10.   metaphorically hard; " a hard fate"; " took a hard look"; " a hard bargainer"; " a hard climb"
  11.   to the full extent possible; all the way; " hard alee"; " the ship went hard astern"; " swung the wheel hard left"
  12.   Not easily penetrated; firm; solid; not soft; not easy to be done or executed; laborious; fatiguing; severe; oppressive; unkind; rough; sour, as applied to beer, & c.; unprosperous, as hard times; avaricious and exacting; in the fine arts, applied to a style which rejects the graces and too rigidly adheres to the mere mechanism of art.
  13.   Not easily penetrated: firm: solid: difficult to understand or accomplish: difficult to bear: painful: unjust: difficult to please: unfeeling: severe: stiff: constrained.
  14.   with pain or distress or bitterness; " he took the rejection very hard"
  15.   Thoroughgoing and energetic.
  16.   Uneasily; vexatiously; slowly.
  17.   causing great damage or hardship; " industries hit hard by the depression"; " she was severely affected by the bank's failure"
  18.   Having disagreeable and abrupt contrasts in the coloring or light and shade.
  19.   Compact and solid; firm; not easy to be pierced or broken; as, hard wood; unyielding; difficult of accomplishment; as, hard to understand; laborious; fatiguing; cruel; oppressive; severe; keen; austere; inflexible; unfeeling; exacting; not easily complied with; rough; coarse; not prosperous; uttered gutturally; stiff or formal.
  20.   Solid; firm.
  21.   Not easily penetrated, cut, or separated into parts; not yielding to pressure; firm; solid; compact; - applied to material bodies, and opposed to soft; as, hard wood; hard flesh; a hard apple.
  22.   Difficult to accomplish; full of obstacles; laborious; fatiguing; arduous; as, a hard task; a disease hard to cure.
  23.   Firm; solid; difficult; painful; severe; laborious.
  24.   Abrupt or explosive in utterance; not aspirated, sibilated, or pronounced with a gradual change of the organs from one position to another; -- said of certain consonants, as c in came, and g in go, as distinguished from the same letters in center, general, etc.
  25.   not easy; requiring great physical or mental effort to accomplish or comprehend or endure; " a difficult task"; " nesting places on the cliffs are difficult of access"; " difficult times"; " a difficult child"; " found himself in a difficult situation"; " why is it so hard for you to keep a secret?"
  26.   Difficult, mentally or judicially; not easily apprehended, decided, or resolved; as a hard problem.
  27.   To harden; to make hard.
  28.   Difficult; rigorous; severe.
  29.   Difficult to please or influence; stern; unyielding; obdurate; unsympathetic; unfeeling; cruel; as, a hard master; a hard heart; hard words; a hard character.
  30.   With urgency: with difficulty: close, near, as in HARD BY; HARD- A- LEE, i. e. close to the lee- side, etc.: earnestly: forcibly.
  31.   having a high alcoholic content; " hard liquor"
  32.   With difficulty; as, the vehicle moves hard.
  33.   with firmness; " held hard to the railing"
  34.   unfortunate or hard to bear; " had hard luck"; " a tough break"
  35.   Close; near; diligently; laboriously; earnestly. Hard up, in want of money or means. To die hard, to die with a strnggle or impenitent. Hard water, that which contains some mineral substance that decomposes soap, and thus renders it unfit for washing. Hard- a- lee, an order to put the helm close to the lee- side of the ship. Hard- a- port, to the larboard or port side. Hard- a- starboard, to the starboard side. Hard- a- weather, to the windward side.
  36.   very near or close in space or time; " it stands hard by the railroad tracks"; " they were hard on his heels"; " a strike followed hard upon the plant's opening"
  37.   Difficult to resist or control; powerful.
  38.   Rigid in the drawing or distribution of the figures; formal; lacking grace of composition.
  39.   So as to raise difficulties.
  40.   of a drinker or drinking; indulging intemperately; " does a lot of hard drinking"; " a heavy drinker"
  41.   very strong or vigorous; " strong winds"; " a hard left to the chin"; " a knockout punch"; " a severe blow"
  42.   Difficult to bear or endure; not easy to put up with or consent to; hence, severe; rigorous; oppressive; distressing; unjust; grasping; as, a hard lot; hard times; hard fare; a hard winter; hard conditions or terms.
  43.   Coarse; poor; scanty; offensive.
  44.   Firm; solid; not easily pressed, penetrated, or broken; difficult to understand, or solve, or do, or get over, or bear; painful; laborious; oppressive; exacting; unfeeling; unkind; severe; unjust; stiff; distressing.
  45.   Not easy or agreeable to the taste; stiff; rigid; ungraceful; repelling; as, a hard style.
  46.   characterized by toilsome effort to the point of exhaustion; especially physical effort; " worked their arduous way up the mining valley"; " a grueling campaign"; " hard labor"; " heavy work"; " heavy going"; " spent many laborious hours on the project"; " set a punishing pace"
  47.   indulging excessively; " he drank heavily"
  48.   In a hard manner.
  49.   slowly and with difficulty; " prejudices die hard"
  50.   with effort or force or vigor; " the team played hard"; " worked hard all day"; " pressed hard on the lever"; " hit the ball hard"; " slammed the door hard"
  51.   Containing mineral salts: said of water.
  52.   With pressure; with urgency; hence, diligently; earnestly.
  53.   Close or near.
  54.   Unfeeling; unsparing.
  55.   earnestly or intently; " thought hard about it"; " stared hard at the accused"
  56.   With tension or strain of the powers; violently; with force; tempestuously; vehemently; vigorously; energetically; as, to press, to blow, to rain hard; hence, rapidly; as, to run hard.
  57.   not yielding to pressure or easily penetrated; " hard as rock"
  58.   into a solid condition; " concrete that sets hard within a few hours"
  59.   dried out; " hard dry rolls left over from the day before"

Antonyms for hard

diminished, nontraditional, unsupportable, shallow, bouncy, milk-and-water, undemanding, sympathetic, downlike, emasculated, acquiescent, slack, frail, wimpy, docile, tender, velvet, down-and-out, casual, nonorthodox, open-ended, spineless, invertebrate, fond, governable, stretchy, unpredictable, mindless, accessible, undocumented, empathic, progressive, genial, emollient, hands down, unwarranted, bland, tolerable, comfy, effortless, good-natured, imagined, nonrational, flexible, made-up, theoretical, debilitated, light, subdued, brushed, legendary, nonsensical, whippy, moderated, flabby, trivial, eased, gentle, downy, implausible, kindhearted, compassionate, enfeebled, fictional, squishy, fluent, softening, tolerant, embroidered, make believe, accepting, thin, warm, capricious, willing, moderate, strict, uncomplicated, elastic, unstable, imaginary, diseased, painless, softened, snap, radical, agreeable, flocculent, Prostrated, benign, unsubstantial, enervated, unsubstantiated, unreasonable, Abated, groundless, loving, namby-pamby, permeable, stretchable, springy, nonfactual, floppy, warmhearted, limp, pretend, lenient, crippled, mortal, changeful, airy, pleasant, doable, cushiony, feeble, insupportable, fantastic, temperamental, flossy, responsive, bearable, false, fresh, voiced, resilient, irrational, infirm, comfortable, cheeselike, incapacitated, unconvincing, worn, trifling, uninformed, broad-minded, calm, clear, liquid, gracious, complying, scattered, hypothetical, laid-back, subservient, inconstant, fictitious, supple, unsettled, invalid, unproblematic, fabulous, indulgent, relaxed, nonalcoholic, Relenting, Foundationless, slavish, forgiving, breakable, cheap, wishy-washy, cushy, adjustable, perishable, loose, salving, reduced, limp-wristed, resistless, one-dimensional, Unreasoned, napped, fragile, exaggerated, reasonable, unrestrained, compressible, invented, understanding, mild, delicate, complaisant, tractable, volatile, semisoft, tenderhearted, hospitable, bendable, pliant, reposeful, porous, nonvalid, apocryphal, simple, unsteady, flickery, squeezable, softhearted, downhill, exhausted, weak-kneed, endurable, low, unconventional, manageable, susceptible, speculative, cottony, lax, unsupported, prostrate, characterless, droopy, puny, peaceful, unbitter, friendly, squashy, unsound, demulcent, stretch, ready, clean, mythical, slight, unfounded, faint, misguided, run down, diffuse, pulpy, elementary, submissive, nonindulgent, liberal, temperate, toned, wooly, commiserative, unresistant, unauthentic, compromising, illogical, snug, frangible, soothing, weakened, soft, padded, good, spongelike, uncertain, temporary, cozy, Misled, good-tempered, diffused, Sapped, facile, charitable, effete, simplified, sensitive, continuant, indefinite, weak, easy, fluctuating, lightly, kindly, mercurial, negotiable, affectionate, wet, nerveless, placable, languid, receptive, nonconventional, smooth, wimpish, chimerical, cordial, kind, unorthodox, fleecy, restful, flaccid, forbearing, qualified, compliant, changeable, pliable, transient, user-friendly, humane, mutable, balmy, benevolent, weakling, Lightened, obedient, spongy, fanciful, merciful, fluid, worn-out, empathetic, mellow, lessened, fricative, palatalised, fallacious, spirant, easygoing, mushy, open-minded, skin-deep, unjustified, wasted, variable, sweet, lank, clement, luxurious, squooshy, asthenic, palatalized, flimsy, unrestricted, overstuffed, nonabrasive, palatal, persuadable, fluffy, benignant, woolly, achievable, comforting, sibilant, baseless, malleable, yielding, unspecified, flowing, amenable, caring, decreased, fictionalized, cushioned, velvety, softish, alleviated, relaxing, vulnerable, strident, patient, superficial.

Quotes of hard

  1. I've always done things the hard way. I was born like a piece of tangled yarn. The job is trying to untangle it, and I'll probably go on doing it for the rest of my life. – Karen Allen
  2. I work hard at that, but the fact that there are a lot of good songs means there are also a lot of really bad songs I've written that you never hear. – John Fogerty
  3. Directing is too hard it takes too much time, and it doesn't pay very well. – Harrison Ford
  4. The highest compliment that you can pay me is to say that I work hard every day, that I never dog it. – Wayne Gretzky
  5. It is pretty hard to tell what does bring happiness; poverty and wealth have both failed. – Kin Hubbard
  6. It's hard to compare actors from different generations. – Kim Hunter
  7. It appears fashionable these days, and almost politically correct, to blame hard -working immigrants, especially those from Mexico and Central America, for the social and economic ills of our state and nation. – Roger Mahony
  8. But at school, I wasn't athletic, and if you're not athlete in high school, it's kind of hard to find your place, so play practice seemed perfect, especially if you were as uncoordinated as I was. – Piper Perabo
  9. Really it's hard to know where the Republican Party ends and the Tea Party begins. – Debbie Wasserman Schultz
  10. People think I must have been so talented at an early age, but I don't know- was it talent or hard work? Who knows? – Monica Seles
  11. No sane local official who has hung up an empty stocking over the municipal fireplace, is going to shoot Santa Claus just before a hard Christmas. – Alfred Emanuel Smith
  12. Looking so cool, his greed is hard to conceal, he's fresh out of law school, you gave him a license to steal. – Al Stewart
  13. It's hard sometimes if you think a character should look a certain way and you're being pushed to do it differently. I've had fights over that. That's why it's so important that you work with good people. – Uma Thurman
  14. If someone wants to give you, like, $100 million, it's hard to say no. But I don't want to accept that kind of money right now. I'd feel burdened by it. – Michelle Wie
  15. Yes, there is plenty of hard work for them in addition to that which they do when they appear, smiling and happy, when the curtain goes up. Giving a performance is the least of their worries. – Florenz Ziegfeld

Usage examples for hard

  1. “ " It's so hard to help that sort. ” – One Woman's Life by Robert Herrick
  2. Hard enough to hurt. ” – Voyage To Eternity by Milton Lesser
  3. “ " But I'll try hard hard – The Girl of the Golden West by David Belasco
  4. Have you looked hard – The Venus Trap by Evelyn E. Smith
  5. “ " Never mind, it will keep me from thinking too hard she thought. ” – The Story Of Julia Page Works of Kathleen Norris, Volume V. by Kathleen Norris
  6. They are so hard – The Locusts' Years by Mary Helen Fee
  7. “ " Oh, it's not hard when you come right to it," said Harry, laughing. ” – The Whirligig of Time by Wayland Wells Williams
  8. Very hard indeed, Mr. Carbottle. ” – The Duke's Children by Anthony Trollope
  9. Father often give me hard things to do, and I did 'em. ” – The Children's Pilgrimage by L. T. Meade
  10. Won't you find it hard to live on that? ” – Andy Grant's Pluck by Horatio Alger
  11. But not hard enough. ” – A Yankee in the Trenches by R. Derby Holmes
  12. You must not be too hard on us." ” – The Bridal March; One Day by Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
  13. Well, Tom, it's a hard case; but perhaps the doctor will think better of it. ” – Poor Jack by Frederick Marryat
  14. It was because I thought so hard about it. ” – Rose MacLeod by Alice Brown
  15. My, but that was hard work! ” – The Adventures of Mr. Mocker by Thornton W. Burgess
  16. It was hard very hard to believe, but it was so. ” – Mother West Wind 'Why' Stories by Thornton W. Burgess
  17. He knew it was going to be a hard day. ” – Darrel of the Blessed Isles by Irving Bacheller
  18. You know it's hard enough for me to go off and leave you here like this. ” – The Ranch at the Wolverine by B. M. Bower
  19. Life on the run was hard – Underground by Suelette Dreyfus
  20. That was hard work too." ” – Alice of Old Vincennes by Maurice Thompson

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