Usage examples for hardly

  1. " I can hardly bear it myself," said Martin. – Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard by Eleanor Farjeon
  2. Bee seemed hardly able to answer. – Rosy by Mrs. Molesworth
  3. I hardly like to ask it, but I will. – The Heath Hover Mystery by Bertram Mitford
  4. That was hardly the best way to go about it. – The Hampstead Mystery by John R. Watson
  5. I hardly know how to work. – A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia by Amanda Minnie Douglas
  6. " Thank you; I hardly think that will be necessary. – The-Circus-Boys-Across-the-Continent-or-Winning-New-Laurels-on-the-Tanbark by Darlington, Edgar B. P.
  7. I cain't hardly believe what I see. – Alec Lloyd, Cowpuncher by Eleanor Gates
  8. I can hardly dare to dream even for one moment-" " I am not going to talk about that any more. – Springhaven A Tale of the Great War by R. D. Blackmore
  9. He liked it so well that he could hardly wait for to- morrow to come. – The Tale of Billy Woodchuck by Arthur Scott Bailey
  10. The Contessa hardly knew what to say. – Whosoever Shall Offend by F. Marion Crawford
  11. Strange that I should feel fear of something- I hardly know what! – The Legacy of Cain by Wilkie Collins
  12. Well, I can hardly call him mine, could I? – Love and Lucy by Maurice Henry Hewlett
  13. She was looking up at Alister, not so much afraid of him; Ian was to her hardly of this world. – What's Mine's Mine by George MacDonald
  14. I could hardly believe him, but there they was. – The Associate Hermits by Frank R. Stockton
  15. " No, hardly a ghost," answered Uncle Fred with a laugh. – Six Little Bunkers at Uncle Fred's by Laura Lee Hope
  16. You couldn't hardly believe it. – Here and Hereafter by Barry Pain
  17. People, she said, are already beginning to say, 'she will hardly marry now. – IT and Other Stories by Gouverneur Morris
  18. No; I am hardly as bad as that. – The Adventures of Buffalo Bill by Col. William F. Cody
  19. Hardly had my brother gone... – French Conversation and Composition by Harry Vincent Wann
  20. Why, the missie'll hardly stand. – The Betrayal by E. Phillips Oppenheim