hard[ hahrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF hard
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HARD
But Uncle Peter had already put in some hard winters, and was not wanting in fortitude.
Ambrose only exclaimed “O uncle, you must have been hard pressed.”
Our hero, though strong-armed, had hard work to keep up with him.
No wonder Florence has a hard time of it; but isn't it wretched of me to gossip?
I seen some hard times myself, and this boy's father was a fighter, too.
Shepler's doing some hard thinking for himself by this time.
But they were an old race, and they were worn out by centuries of hard work.
He would say that his was a trip of business, and not pleasure, and hard work he had.
I had hard work to get them along, and at last they would not walk.
We had to carry the water from the spring in drums, which was slow and hard work.