hardiness

[ hahr-dee-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF hardiness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HARDINESS

The vine of Senasqua lacks in vigor, hardiness, productiveness and health.

From then on there is a steady increase in crop and hardiness for many years.

Next in line of hardiness and reliability is the Weschcke hickory.

Iceland ponies are famous for their hardiness and are sure-footed.

In form, hardiness, and quality, it is fully equal to any of the other sorts.

A recent sort, excellent in quality, but wanting in hardiness.

The variety is late, but remarkable for hardiness and productiveness.

And, like the Cut-Leaved Birch, it is ironclad in its hardiness.

I have not nerves, I have not hardiness to force myself into such a presence.

Because of hardiness, this peach is sometimes called Canada Iron Clad.

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