Antonyms for die-hards

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They were the Die-hards henceforth, jealous of the title and of all that it implied.

The Die-hards hung, still wavering, upon the edge of the platform.

The men of the "C3" party were to be the last to leave—were to be all volunteers—and were known as the "Die-hards."

The twenty die-hards asked their friends to come and see the place and try the game.

The Die-Hards are so tiny, so poor, so pitifully handicapped, and yet so bold in their meagreness.

And this fine hymn was a favourite with Captain Æneas Pond, the commanding-officer of the Die-hards.

The Die-hards must march, must for three weeks be immured in Pendennis Castle, that infernal fortress.

And this was the question upon which the men of Looe, and especially the Die-hards, hung breathless for the next few days.

For many of the Die-hards stopped the Doctor to question him, and stood gloomy as he passed on.

It reminded one of the old "Die-hards" at Waterloo, filling up their squares torn and ravaged by the pelting grape-shot.