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"But my friend Sir Oliver can fight right hardily without either bite or sup," remarked the prince.
THE WHITE COMPANYARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
He said it hardily, looking straight at her, and wondering what she had been doing that afternoon before she arrived at the hotel.
DECEMBER LOVEROBERT HICHENS
Men who had been at one another's throat, bravely and hardily, turned and fled.
Her voice was firm, but the veins in her throat beat so hardily that they stifled her.
While he clawed and writhed, struggling to twist himself free, his companion sprang hardily to the rescue.
IN THE MORNING OF TIMECHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
The genius of Giotto is a first shoot, vigorous and alive, breaking ground hardily, and tentatively pushing into freer air.
He stood in less fear of the others now, and more hardily pressed after them, taking no further thought of the six dead men.
FOUR ARTHURIAN ROMANCESCHRETIEN DETROYES
Why, sir,” I answered hardily, “as soon as war breaks out I mean to run away from the ship and enlist under your honour.
ATHELSTANE FORDALLEN UPWARD
"A man will do a good deal to preserve a whole skin, you know," he suggested hardily.
THE HERMIT OF FAR ENDMARGARET PEDLER
"I don't see any Examination Bureau license pinned to you, Ellis," she retorted hardily.
THE CLARIONSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS

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