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The losing side sometimes has the hardihood to think a decision is wrong.
The young knights to prove their hardihood danced in the armor worn all day,—chain mail jingling in time to the castanets.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
In the wisdom of Socrates you see some higher force than intellectual hardihood or intellectual clearness.
In carrying away this booty they passed, with great hardihood, close to the fortified post called "Trompetter's Drift."
The vigor of our culture and the hardihood of our institutions are more manifest out of Massachusetts than in it.
Does their general appearance indicate that hardihood which would enable them to act this cool, unconcerned part?
They paint their bodies profusely, and take great pains to inspire hardihood.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
What had evil, drink, blood, to do with the real inherent nobility of this splendid specimen of Western hardihood?
He then commenced cogitating how he would act, should Bruin have the hardihood to face him in the daytime.
WILD WESTERN SCENESJOHN BEAUCHAMP JONES
When the spirit falls short of its due degree of self-sustained hardihood, fear finds its way to the heart.

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