Thesaurus / hardships
other words for hardships
- Herculean task
- hard knocks
- rainy day
- rotten luck
- tough break
- tough luck
- uphill battle
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All of these patiently endured all hardships leading down to the end of their mortal days.
LIFE IN A THOUSAND WORLDSWILLIAM SHULER HARRIS
Then at all events let us rest first, for it must be a long, terrible climb, and who knows what hardships we shall meet?
A VOYAGE TO ARCTURUSDAVID LINDSAY
Many of us had served in France and the Dardanelles before, and we thought we knew what the hardships of war could mean.
SKETCHES OF THE EAST AFRICA CAMPAIGNROBERT VALENTINE DOLBEY
Mr. Barry was happily married in 1847, and the amiable sharer of his hardships and his successes is still living.
And he shall be told in the plainest manner all the hardships and difficulties of the life which he has chosen.
A SOURCE BOOK FOR MEDIAEVAL HISTORYOLIVER J. THATCHER
We speak of the misery of the poor, the hardships of the soldier.
ENGLISH SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMSJAMES CHAMPLIN FERNALD
Like all youngsters, he was ready for another day, in spite of the hardships and toil of the preceding one.
THE GRIZZLY KINGJAMES OLIVER CURWOOD
Compensation may relieve the hardships of meritorious classes, or of individual cases; nor can I object.
CHARLES SUMNER; HIS COMPLETE WORKS, VOLUME 7 (OF 20)CHARLES SUMNER
So far the several populations had borne all hardships in patience and stoical indifference.
THE IRON RATIONGEORGE ABEL SCHREINER
I do not underestimate the hardships borne by the labor of our time.
OPENING CEREMONIES OF THE NEW YORK AND BROOKLYN BRIDGE, MAY 24, 1883WILLIAM C. KINGSLEY