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1. hard-boiled

adjective. tough and callous by virtue of experience.

Synonyms

  • pugnacious
  • hard-bitten

Antonyms

  • sensitive
  • easy
  • comfortable

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Rhymes with Hard Candy

  • modus-operandi
  • vallegrande
  • alibrandi
  • brigandi
  • operandi
  • grandy
  • grandi
  • brandy
  • brandi
  • zandy
  • zandi
  • tandy
  • shandy
  • sandy
  • sandie
  • sandi
  • randy
  • randi
  • pandy
  • mandy
  • mandie
  • mandi
  • landy
  • landi
  • handy
  • gandy
  • gandee
  • dandy
  • candie
  • bandy

Sentences with hard-candy


1. Noun Phrase
But hard candy has a way of getting sticky as you begin sucking.

2. Noun Phrase
Divide the hard candy by color into separate zipper seal bags so you can melt each color separately.

3. Noun Phrase
* Give older children hard candy or gum to suck and chew.

4. Noun Phrase
* Chew gu****gum

2. hard-fought

adjective. requiring great effort.

Synonyms

  • hard

Antonyms

  • ease
  • effortless

3. candy

noun. ['ˈkændi'] a rich sweet made of flavored sugar and often combined with fruit or nuts.

Synonyms

  • marzipan
  • candyfloss
  • mint candy
  • hard candy
  • patty
  • sugar candy
  • marchpane
  • liquorice
  • toffy
  • candy corn
  • horehound
  • nougat bar
  • praline
  • rock candy
  • truffle
  • fudge
  • peanut bar
  • rock
  • Turkish Delight
  • brittle
  • jelly bean
  • marshmallow
  • carob bar
  • licorice
  • sugarplum
  • nougat
  • popcorn ball
  • cotton candy
  • mint
  • Easter egg
  • chocolate truffle
  • honey crisp
  • bonbon
  • candy bar
  • Life Saver
  • all-day sucker
  • taffy
  • nut bar
  • sweet
  • gumdrop
  • candy cane
  • kiss
  • candy kiss
  • butterscotch
  • lozenge
  • confect
  • jelly egg
  • caramel
  • spun sugar
  • fondant
  • toffee
  • brandyball
  • dragee
  • lollipop
  • confection

Antonyms

  • artifact
  • bad person
  • unbreakable
  • tempered

Etymology

  • sucre candi (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • قندي (Arabic)

4. hard

adjective. ['ˈhɑːrd'] not easy; requiring great physical or mental effort to accomplish or comprehend or endure.

Synonyms

  • delicate
  • problematic
  • tall
  • difficultness
  • troublesome
  • difficulty
  • thorny
  • elusive
  • arduous
  • serious
  • challenging
  • fractious
  • demanding
  • awkward
  • knotty
  • herculean
  • rugged
  • embarrassing
  • vexed
  • ambitious
  • touchy
  • rocky
  • catchy
  • tough
  • unenviable
  • tricky
  • sticky
  • nasty
  • trying
  • difficult
  • problematical
  • tight
  • effortful
  • hard-fought
  • ticklish
  • baffling

Antonyms

  • ease
  • effortless
  • undemanding
  • polished

Etymology

  • heard (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. hard

adjective. ['ˈhɑːrd'] dispassionate; .

Synonyms

  • shrewd
  • conniving
  • steely
  • case-hardened
  • tough
  • hardened
  • calculative
  • calculating
  • hard-boiled
  • unmerciful
  • insensitive
  • merciless
  • scheming

Antonyms

  • sensitive
  • easy
  • merciful
  • tender

Etymology

  • heard (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. hard

adjective. ['ˈhɑːrd'] resisting weight or pressure.

Synonyms

  • stony
  • woody
  • firm
  • adamantine
  • semihard
  • al dente
  • granitelike
  • set
  • stonelike
  • horny
  • tumid
  • granitic
  • hardness
  • unyielding
  • solid
  • steely
  • erect
  • petrous
  • hornlike
  • rocklike
  • hardened

Antonyms

  • softness
  • simple
  • euphonious
  • exact

Etymology

  • heard (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. hard

adjective. ['ˈhɑːrd'] very strong or vigorous.

Synonyms

  • strong
  • severe

Antonyms

  • tough
  • unrefined
  • unskilled

Etymology

  • heard (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. hard

adjective. ['ˈhɑːrd'] characterized by effort to the point of exhaustion; especially physical effort.

Synonyms

  • toilsome
  • arduous
  • effortful
  • gruelling
  • laborious
  • operose
  • grueling
  • backbreaking
  • heavy

Antonyms

  • regular
  • even
  • fine
  • ironed

Etymology

  • heard (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. hard

adverb. ['ˈhɑːrd'] with firmness.

Antonyms

  • little

Etymology

  • heard (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. hard

adverb. ['ˈhɑːrd'] causing great damage or hardship.

Antonyms

  • unquestionable

Etymology

  • heard (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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