hearty vs hardy

hearty hardy

Definitions

  • 1) obsolete : Comrade; boon companion; good fellow; -- a term of familiar address and fellowship among sailors. Dickens.
  • 2) A good fellow; a comrade.
  • 3) Comrade; boon companion; good fellow; -- a term of familiar address and fellowship among sailors.
  • 4) A seaman's familiar form of address: as, come here, my hearties.
  • 5) Pertaining to, or proceeding from, the heart; warm; cordial; bold; zealous; sincere; willing; also, energetic; active; eager; as, a hearty welcome; hearty in supporting the government.
  • 6) Promoting strength; nourishing; rich; abundant; as, hearty food; a hearty meal.
  • 7) Exhibiting strength; sound; healthy; firm; not weak; as, a hearty timber.
  • 8) Expressed warmly, exuberantly, and unrestrainedly.
  • 9) Enjoying or requiring much food.
  • 10) Vigorous; robust.
  • 11) Providing abundant nourishment; substantial.
  • 12) Complete or thorough; unequivocal.
  • 13) Exhibiting strength; sound; healthy; firm; not weak.
  • 14) Pertaining to, or proceeding from, the heart; warm; cordial; bold; zealous; sincere; willing; also, energetic; active; eager
  • 15) Promoting strength; nourishing; rich; abundant
  • 16) showing warm and heartfelt friendliness
  • 17) without reservation
  • 18) consuming abundantly and with gusto
  • 19) Adapted for, affording, using, or requiring strong or abundant nourishment: as, hearty food; a hearty dinner; a hearty eater or appetite.
  • 20) Bold;courageous.
  • 21) Synonyms Hearty, Cordial, Sincere; real, unfeigned, unaffected, heartfelt, earnest, ardent, eager. Hearty means having the heart in a thing, warmly interested in favor of something, and acting so as to show this feeling; proceeding straight from the heart, and manifested outwardly. Cordial is rather applied to feelings cherished or felt in the heart, heartfelt, or the outward expression of such feelings: as, cordial love; cordial hatred; cordial desires. Sincere means devoid of deceit or pretense, implying that the sentiments and the outward expression of them are in consonance.
  • 22) Bold; courageous.
  • 23) Full of health; exhibiting strength; sound; strong; healthy: as, a hearty man.
  • 24) Influenced by or proceeding from the heart; heartfelt; sincere; zealous: as, to be hearty in support of a project; a hearty welcome; a hearty laugh.
  • 25) Active, vigorous, robust, hale.

Definitions

  • 1) A blacksmith's fuller or chisel, having a square shank for insertion into a square hole in an anvil, called the hardy hole.
  • 2) English novelist and poet (1840-1928)
  • 3) United States slapstick comedian who played the pompous and overbearing member of the Laurel and Hardy duo who made many films (1892-1957)
  • 4) In blacksmithing, a chisel or fuller having a square shank for insertion into a square hole in an anvil.
  • 5) Having rugged physical strength; inured to fatigue or hardships. A hardy plant is one that can withstand the extremes of climate, such as frost.
  • 6) Confident; full of assurance; in a bad sense, morally hardened; shameless.
  • 7) Inured to fatigue or hardships; strong; capable of endurance
  • 8) Bold; brave; stout; daring; resolute; intrepid.
  • 9) Able to withstand the cold of winter.
  • 10) Strong; firm; compact.
  • 11) able to survive under unfavorable weather conditions
  • 12) Strong; enduring; capable of resisting fatigue, hardship, or exposure: as, a hardy peasant; a hardy plant.
  • 13) Synonyms Stout-hearted, courageous, valiant, daring. See note under hardihood.
  • 14) Bold; intrepid; daring; confident; audacious.
  • 15) To become hardy, daring, or audacious.
  • 16) Requiring or imparting courage, vigor, and endurance; that must be done boldly or energetically: as, a hardy exploit; hardy occupations.
  • 17) Hale, robust, sturdy, tough.

Examples

  • 1) We love to eat this on those nights when only something warming and hearty will do.
  • 2) I have fond memories of hearty tins of soup on a cold day when I was growing up.
  • 3) They are filled with luxurious hearty food.
  • 4) The very suggestion is met with a raised eyebrow and a hearty laugh.
  • 5) The mountain air guarantees a hearty appetite.
  • 6) We gave her a hearty meal of fruit and veg and had her examined by a vet.
  • 7) The man burst into a hearty laugh.
  • 8) Making the seasonal switch most summers from skinny salads to hearty game dishes is taxing.
  • 9) He is an assiduous trainer and has needed to be to control a hearty appetite.
  • 10) The finished dish is almost like a warm steak salad and is a delicious and hearty meal.
  • 11) She retains a hearty laugh at times.
  • 12) My dream holiday would involve a long walk and a hearty meal at the end of it.
  • 13) With extra stock, they can make a hearty soup if it turns cold.
  • 14) It is hearty, warming and satisfying.
  • 15) We then head off to the Baxter home for some hearty beetroot soup.
  • 16) The food was hearty and good value, served cafeteria style.
  • 17) The cafe serves hearty soups made from the garden's vegetables.
  • 18) This is a Rioja to crack open with red meats and hearty dishes.
  • 19) The fare is good, hearty food.
  • 20) People try to chop it up very fine and it's meant to be a hearty dish.
  • 21) It's one of the easiest things to make and it always goes down well - hearty and warming.
  • 22) Everyone loves a hearty warming pie at this time of the year and you'd expect there to be one on the menu of a good pub.
  • 23) By the time the risotto is ready, you'll have an aching arm and a gleefully hearty appetite.
  • 24) I doubt if I ever told you that in the old days, when experimenting with the animals, I found that my will -- or brain-power, if you prefer the term -- worked torpidly for a while after meals, although, as you know, I was never what they call a hearty feeder.
  • 25) She rang for me, to see how I was getting on with my needlework -- and she was what I call hearty, for the first time since
  • 26) "Well, that's what I call hearty!" continued the ruffian, following his example.
  • 27) "When a standpat Republican politician abandons a lifetime of party regularity at 70 to come out in hearty praise of a Democratic President," the paper noted, "it is time for connoisseurs of the unusual to stand by and take notes."
  • 28) Members assimilated in hearty courtesy of a Falstaffian Bard's birthday take a break of final Apr hosted by Messrs. Friedman, Madeira, as good as Pope.
  • 29) A bronzed and bearded man met them at the top and gripped their hands in hearty fellowship.
  • 30) The cake is packed with berries and is fairly hearty from a mixture of plain and while grain flour.
  • 31) ‘He received a few awed stares, many cheerful greetings and a hearty handshake from the leader of the family.’
  • 32) ‘Williamson then strode out to a hearty cheer from the British fans.’
  • 33) ‘There were no smiles, back slapping or hearty handshakes.’
  • 34) ‘Although he is now housed in an open prison, and he maintains a certain hearty cheerfulness, few doubt that Archer has been chastened by his prison experience.’
  • 35) ‘Now, on this hot August evening, Vlad bounded across the ridge to give me a hearty Soviet backslap.’
  • 36) ‘Snow animals head north and west, where the white stuff is celebrated by hearty souls eager to celebrate the real essence of winter at seasonal festivals.’
  • 37) ‘Once again, on behalf of the entire side of the community, I would like to extend a warm, fraternal and hearty welcome to you all.’
  • 38) ‘The woman began to laugh a loud, free, hearty laugh.’
  • 39) ‘He bursts into loud, hearty laughter, and refuses to be drawn.’
  • 40) ‘The courtier did not seem to notice the sarcasm dripping from her voice, and responded with a warm, hearty laugh.’
  • 41) ‘He laughs easily too; a loud, hearty bark, full of joy.’
  • 42) ‘She has an infectious humour, a hearty laugh and can fill a room with her cheerful personality.’
  • 43) ‘He is a good guy and, like all good people, he is loud with a hearty laugh.’
  • 44) ‘Anna throws back her head and laughs, loud and hearty.’
  • 45) ‘At the heart of an optimistic spirit is a hearty sense of humor.’
  • 46) ‘That sort of warm repartee - delivered, as always, with a hearty guffaw - is one of the things Beazley detractors are suspicious about.’
  • 47) ‘There is nothing like 15-20 minutes of hearty laughter in the morning to keep you in good spirits throughout the day.’
  • 48) ‘An outstanding athlete in his youth and noted for his hearty, outgoing character, Bellows is best known for his boxing scenes.’
  • 49) ‘Of all the gifts bestowed by nature on human beings, hearty laughter must be close to the top.’
  • 50) ‘Broadbent in particular, with his broad, hearty features stuffed into an ambiguous character, makes a lasting impact in a tiny role.’
  • 51) ‘We all gave our hearty approval and went out for a good long walk afterward to clear the pipes.’
  • 52) ‘His declaration won hearty approval from his peers.’
  • 53) ‘And it's not only the name and a love of books that has filtered down through the generations but a hearty love of plants.’
  • 54) ‘Many of us have sung Charles Wesley's great hymn with hearty approval.’
  • 55) ‘All this does not look exactly like hearty disgust and repudiation of the foreign system.’
  • 56) ‘He looked at me, a mixture of disapproval and hearty congratulations.’
  • 57) ‘Finally, a hearty congratulations to Sligo cyclist Mark Scanlon on his wonderful performance in the greatest of all cycle races - the Tour de France.’
  • 58) ‘In particular, I wish to offer hearty congratulations on the way you outwitted the Government over the trade practices law business earlier this week.’
  • 59) ‘I get hearty congratulations from C and we hang up.’
  • 60) ‘Minister McDowell extended his hearty congratulations to the new assistant commissioner and wished him all the best in his new post.’
  • 61) ‘Otherwise Hugh would have said something about my hearty agreement to co-host at the State Fair in August.’
  • 62) ‘And they are all reading this right now, nodding their heads in hearty agreement!’
  • 63) ‘We would like to add our hearty agreement to a letter sent in by Phil Pybus.’
  • 64) ‘The one thing that the fellow countrymen had in common was a hearty, mutual dislike.’
  • 65) ‘Besides missing the love of his life, Jonathon is having a great time playing for the Crusaders and is impressed with the hearty Yorkshire welcome he has received.’
  • 66) ‘And I'd like to say a hearty thanks to the no-help desk for taking 4 hours of my day to reactivate my login.’
  • 67) ‘Okay, so they have a lifestyle unique to themselves and we can give hearty thanks for that fact.’
  • 68) ‘We wish them a hearty and cordial welcome and long and peaceful lives in our parish community.’
  • 69) ‘Anyhow I'm told they had a hearty send off that morning when Patricia, Anne, Tracey and Stephanie all turned up to cook them a lovely breakfast in the club before they set off.’
  • 70) ‘A hale and hearty person suddenly loses consciousness and is rushed to the hospital, with his blood pressure and pulse not recordable.’
  • 71) ‘A hale and hearty friend was earnestly counting the number of weekends she had left to live - given the average length of years a woman might live.’
  • 72) ‘He had been a hale and hearty man, and she watched him as he lost a tremendous amount of weight.’
  • 73) ‘The serpent grew into an enormous and hearty fellow.’
  • 74) ‘I thought that was the point, all lusty, hearty boys together at sea.’
  • 75) ‘As Numero Uno, the hearty Russell North has recognised that the club is in its youth.’
  • 76) ‘The cloned soldiers look, think, and act alike, and their performance in battle proves beyond a doubt that they are hearty and hale members of the human race.’
  • 77) ‘She uncovered the babe's face and showed it me, a hearty girl, red-faced, strong-fingered.’
  • 78) ‘It made Duvessa proud to be from such a hearty family.’
  • 79) ‘The only thing is, I'm a little concerned, because though they're hearty folk, and far too wicked to die young, they're neither of them as young as once they were.’
  • 80) ‘They were greeted by a large, hearty woman with rosy cheeks.’
  • 81) ‘His name was Chen Yen-Hsi, a short, stout, but hearty man by any measure of the word.’
  • 82) ‘That's the affectionate nickname for the hearty folks who will be on the pier on the coldest, most bone-chilling day of winter.’
  • 83) ‘That demands strong swimming skills and hearty lungs besides.’
  • 84) ‘He looks hale, hearty, and healthy - except for the wires.’
  • 85) ‘John was in hale and hearty form on the day and we wish him continued good health and happiness in the future and many more birthdays and celebrations such as this for many more years to come.’
  • 86) ‘This adds up to considerable risk, even for hale and hearty Biff.’
  • 87) ‘Anecdotal evidence has long pointed to crofters being a hale and hearty breed - albeit prone to bad backs and the odd grumble.’
  • 88) ‘Bulgarian food was hearty meat and potatoes fare.’
  • 89) ‘These go well with Mexican foods, hearty sausages and smoky flavors.’
  • 90) ‘Deciding that the offered meal of a hearty beef stew would be a godsend I happily handed over the very last of my money.’
  • 91) ‘I'm making Shepherd's Pie for tea; hearty food that sticks your ribs together.’
  • 92) ‘James believes the way forward is to go backward: back to the basic, hearty food our grandmothers used to cook.’
  • 93) ‘I slave for hours on end in poor working conditions just to bring you a single morsel of edible hearty food!’
  • 94) ‘The food is equally hearty, and even the cakes have a rocky, challenging quality.’
  • 95) ‘For food professionals, winter is the time for hearty foods, for steamy fish stews, rashers of bacon, and platter upon platter of broiled meats.’
  • 96) ‘Korean food is hearty, boldly flavoured, and highly nutritious.’
  • 97) ‘Meat pies, joints of mutton, and other hearty foods are most likely to be served.’
  • 98) ‘The food is hearty, the beer cold and conversation excellent.’
  • 99) ‘Fresh air, bracing walks, hearty food and reading are on the agenda.’
  • 100) ‘At such times, singing, dancing and of course, plenty of hearty food were part of the celebration.’
  • 101) ‘There's proper, hearty food, and I guess there's something wintery about ale.’
  • 102) ‘This is good hearty food like they had before their ancestors discovered waistlines!’
  • 103) ‘Good hearty food is the order of the day, but it does offer the odd lighter dish for those watching their waistlines.’
  • 104) ‘It was served warm and was surprisingly hearty, with a few twigs of fresh thyme thrown in for texture.’
  • 105) ‘Back on dry land we warm up with a hearty buffet, eaten al fresco among the midges.’
  • 106) ‘Choose dinners under 300 calories only if they're hearty, like a protein-heavy dish.’
  • 107) ‘If that doesn't sound hearty, just check out the ‘hearty Fare’ section of the menu.’
  • 108) ‘But you may have to leave it until after your catch has been cooked up for you (try it fried in coconut batter), as you'll find all that sea air gives you a hearty appetite.’
  • 109) ‘The menu caters to nibblers and hearty appetites alike..’
  • 110) ‘But at some point the hearty appetite begins to look like escapism.’
  • 111) ‘The bird, a handsome creature with glossy brown feathers and a hearty appetite, immediately starts eating everything it sees.’
  • 112) ‘Having worked up hearty appetite just thinking about all the calories burnt off in a hockey match I was in the mood for some lunch.’
  • 113) ‘Of course a day in the saddle means hearty appetites, picnics notwithstanding.’
  • 114) ‘We then went up and tried our own particular choices, with Madame having a hearty appetite that evening, as you will have seen from the photograph of her plate!’
  • 115) ‘He had a hearty appetite, took very little exercise, and spent his days sitting at his office desk and most evenings sitting in front of the fire, listening to the wireless.’
  • 116) ‘This is often easier for men with hearty appetites than for weight-conscious women.’
  • 117) ‘My editor thinks we have much in common (not least of which is our very hearty appetites).’
  • 118) ‘Having built up a hearty appetite during the day, they will head to Church Station for dinner on Saturday.’
  • 119) ‘The menu has choices to suit both those with hearty appetites and those who are seeking lighter fare.’
  • 120) ‘Sipping ales and arguing into the afternoon gave us the opportunity to work up a hearty appetite.’
  • 121) ‘The underwear designer with the hearty appetite ordered the 10 oz prime sirloin steak garnished with sautéed onions and mushrooms.’
  • 122) ‘She cited the light servings, making them well-suited for less hearty appetites.’
  • 123) ‘The children's hearty appetites and smiling faces made the trip a real joy for everyone who participated.’
  • 124) ‘As long as we have hearty appetites the delicious dumpling will always find a place on our tables and room in our bellies.’
  • 125) ‘Maybe this venue is busier in the evenings or is attractive to families with hearty unsophisticated appetites.’
  • 126) ‘Unless handicapped by any chronic ailment, he or she will have a hearty enough appetite but will avoid edibles that require strong teeth to tackle.’
  • 127) ‘He is a family boy, he looks as if he has a good, hearty appetite for food and he is bound to have the best BMX on the block.’
  • 128) ‘Outside, the green wellies were locked in battle with police musclemen as inside the sergeant-at-arms and his band of merry men in ladies' black tights, frock-coats and swords were chasing hearties around the Mace.’
  • 129) ‘It should be noted at this stage that - contrary to what the reader might expect - the Carrick hearties were not all in the first flush of youth - some of them were in their 50s, which just goes to show what a spirited place Carrick is.’
  • 130) ‘Easiest of all is getting 27 able-bodied hearties to go with him, one of them a stowaway.’
  • 131) ‘I wanted to add, ‘there, me hearties,’ but ‘ahoj’ is actually the Czech equivalent of ‘ciao’, rather than a pirate greeting.’
  • 132) ‘Submit your answer in the comments below, me hearties.’
  • 133) ‘I'd like a pepperoni pizza, me hearties, and you're starting to talk like a pirate.’
  • 134) ‘Loot deemed this a fine occasion to poke his head from Penknife's collar and give tongue to a loud ‘Me hearties!’’

Examples

  • 1) Although hardy, young plants can benefit from frost protection for the first few years.
  • 2) Although hardy, this plant prefers sunshine.
  • 3) Most spring flowers and hardy garden plants can withstand this.
  • 4) No garden regardless of size should be without this hardy perennial plant.
  • 5) They are not fully hardy and can be killed by frosts.
  • 6) Time to sow hardy annuals where they are to flower.
  • 7) It is not quite so hardy either and may not survive the winter.
  • 8) Only a few hardy souls survived until the end.
  • 9) Most hardy fruit plants need a period of cold weather during the winter to encourage flowering.
  • 10) All these varieties are hardy herbaceous perennials.
  • 11) There are some hardy annuals in football writing.
  • 12) Consider alternative hardy plants for a similar look.
  • 13) Sow hardy annuals now for early flowering next year and get those bulbs planted.
  • 14) No one else seemed quite so tall, or as tough and hardy in the body.
  • 15) They are less hardy but in a normal garden it's no problem.
  • 16) All the popular hardy annual flowers grow well from an April sowing.
  • 17) THERE was always something of a lull between the hardy spring flowers and the half hardy summer bedding plants.
  • 18) He's really robust and hardy.
  • 19) This makes them ideal container plants and means that you can place them where you want them and easily protect the less hardy varieties through the winter.
  • 20) After a seriously cold period it's not a bad idea to wait a little and delay buying anything less than really hardy.
  • 21) Where to grow Any aspect, fully hardy.
  • 22) There are some, like rosemary, which are quite hardy.
  • 23) If you're buying bedding plants, remember that most are not fully hardy.
  • 24) Palin hardy put up with anything, and manufactured most of it herself anyway.
  • 25) It's not very cold hardy and with the below-zero temperatures that can blanket the region, cold hardy is a characteristic that local vines need.
  • 26) But a certain hardy minority think that the criticism is overblown and actually like using Vista.
  • 27) For a multiplicity of reasons, it has, in hardy memetic fashion, taken on a life of its own.
  • 28) These are "hardy" -- that is, they will remain fertile for a long time if kept in a cool, dry place; moisture will cause them to putrify, and heat to germinate.
  • 29) It's interesting to speculate to what extent prominent personalities, who are by definition hardy, robust types are prone to the anguish that normally accompanies the breakup of a long marriage, with children.
  • 30) Wheat is known as a hardy plant, and farmers often say it has "nine lives" because it can recover from harsh conditions.
  • 31) They have something known as the hardy survivor effect.
  • 32) ‘The traditional cattle are hardy breeds which can cope with the tough upland climate.’
  • 33) ‘The infrastructure to combat hardy weather conditions was carefully put into force here.’
  • 34) ‘The mountainous region around the small Corsican town of Bastilyica breeds a hardy, proud people.’
  • 35) ‘For a start, hardy breeds like Herdwicks don't have as many lambs as their lowland counterparts.’
  • 36) ‘The hallikara is known to be a hardy breed suited to the needs of dry land farming.’
  • 37) ‘The giant peaks of the Grampians attract hardy walkers like magnets, and who can blame them with such magnificent hills to climb?’
  • 38) ‘The walkers are a hardy community though and gather by 4 am to do their brisk rounds.’
  • 39) ‘This breed is hardy and simple grooming will keep its beautiful appearance shown to best advantage.’
  • 40) ‘Liverpool supporters insist their team will Never Walk Alone and nor will a group of hardy Hartlepool fans next week.’
  • 41) ‘Stephen proved a little more hardy than his hunky doctor character, who in the TV programme fainted at the sight of his own blood.’
  • 42) ‘For the 700 or so hardy souls who live here, supplies of food, drink and clothing can, at times, seem unreliable.’
  • 43) ‘The famous hardy and sure-footed Basotho ponies can take visitors into areas not accessible by road.’
  • 44) ‘He said the usual prognosis for such surgery is normally poor but Might And Power's hardy nature is in his favour.’
  • 45) ‘Both sides defied the terrible conditions to turn in an entertaining display in front of the hardy few hundred who braved the elements.’
  • 46) ‘With their diet of oats and their outfits - kilts with no underpants - Scots were once considered a hardy lot.’
  • 47) ‘The hazards of life in a border area are many… the land makes its people hardy.’
  • 48) ‘Everyone seems oblivious to the rain falling from a worryingly thunderous sky, a mere inconvenience to this hardy bunch.’
  • 49) ‘Richards has jokingly suggested that he comes from hardy stock which can withstand things that would kill the average person.’
  • 50) ‘Even the hardy Scandinavians on the tour are in woollies and thick socks.’
  • 51) ‘These most hardy of people have a highly advanced knowledge of their environment.’
  • 52) ‘The timing of growth cessation is an important adaptation to ensure that the tree is hardy for winter.’
  • 53) ‘This hardy shrub grows well in shade as well as sun and tolerates almost every soil type.’
  • 54) ‘Although the tubers themselves are winter hardy, a mulch layer is highly recommended.’
  • 55) ‘Those that are not winter hardy are the bulbs that are planted in spring.’
  • 56) ‘They are also completely winter hardy and have an excellent ability to survive floods and drought.’
  • 57) ‘A gardening neighbor had a small cold frame in which she grew hardy flowers for early and late blooms.’
  • 58) ‘However, some mass marketers have trees and shrubs that are not winter hardy in the area sold.’
  • 59) ‘It's a good time to plant holly and yew as well as hardy ferns.’
  • 60) ‘The vegetation is certainly hardy, it has to be, and there is the expectation of winter rainfalls.’
  • 61) ‘Most species are so extremely winter hardy and easy to grow that no garden should be without them.’
  • 62) ‘If a plant is rated as hardy to zone 2 we know how low a temperature plunge that plant is likely to survive.’
  • 63) ‘If you don't know whether or not your roses are winter hardy, err on the side of caution and protect them.’
  • 64) ‘Most hardy pond plants need to be lowered to the deep part of the pond to avoid being frozen out.’
  • 65) ‘Many summer-flowering lily varieties are quite hardy and can be planted in either fall or spring.’
  • 66) ‘The fuchsia isn't necessarily hardy but it has survived one winter outside and in a sheltered spot near a house wall it may well cope again.’
  • 67) ‘Former railway goods yard now garden featuring new woodland garden with many hardy ferns.’
  • 68) ‘Outdoors, sow cold hardy crops like lettuce, spinach, other leafy greens and peas.’
  • 69) ‘Ah, well I'm particularly interested in your range of hardy Geraniums.’
  • 70) ‘Non-invasive and hardy, it will grow to 15 feet if fed and watered well.’
  • 71) ‘However, there is no time for complacency as the frosts will eventually reach these areas and kill off anything that isn't hardy.’
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