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Whether you’re a hard core marathon runner or consider exercise to be whipping a vacuum around the living room — everyone is being encouraged to join in.

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“As a rule of thumb, the hard core don’t leave these movements until they’re ready to,” he said.

We’ve done a ton of research on that, and the fact is that meat lovers around the world—it doesn’t matter how hard core they are, where they live, or anything—they love that meat is delicious.

Politicians who openly associated with Duke, or his hard-core associates, did so at their own risk.

“We were taught with Reefer Madness that it was a hard-core drug and we should veer away from it,” she says.

Eric Cantor lost because hard-core voters think his kind keep selling out to Obama.

Hard-core Moscow supporters like Oleg Tsarev, a local parliament member, were chased out of town with bounties their heads.

That was a great, hard-core, intensive training—not for the camera, but for how to get coverage.

The hard core of human egotism is hardly to be dislodged except rudely.

Small size, a permanent hard core of officers and few bases as necessary.

He mustered a hard core of courage in himself, but it required distinct effort.

When it's all slivered up thin and flat there'll be a leetle hard core left inside at the top, and you must cut it out careful.

To that hard core the caste idea is being visibly worn down.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hard-core, such as: devoted, die-hard/diehard, staunch, determined, dyed-in-the-wool, and explicit.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.