"True, Sir; but you never acknowledged it," said the priest, hardily.
"Nay, your worship, it was their own quarrel," replied Billington hardily.
He had dreamt of stark battles and of renown that would be hardily won.
My constitution was a good one, and I had lived healthily, if hardily.
Polly and Penny beside her, plump as pigeons and hardily browned.
Of so many black ill-willers, which should he be that doth so hardily outface us?
"Well, I'm not arguing with you now about it," he said hardily.
"I would apply it to them first of all and above all," rejoined my friend, hardily.
"I am not mistaken, and I'd like to know," she persisted, looking him hardily in the eyes.
"I ought to be decent enough to lie to you and say that I am," he returned, hardily.