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adjective. ['ˈhɑːrdənd'] used of persons; emotionally hardened.
Rhymes with Hardened
Sentences with hardened
1. Verb, past participle
An induration is a small hardened spot and will be easy to feel.
2. Verb, past tense
Use a sandblasting tool and blasting media to strip all the paint and hardened road dirt off the rim.
Place the smooth edge of the plastic knife against the edge of the hardened glue.
Quotes about hardened
1. I want to write a book called, "Bonfires and Bras,"which follows around a young, braless feminist who struggles to adopt in air conditioned rooms, as her hardened nipples cause her excess embarrassment.
- Jarod Kintz, I Want
2. This is the mythosphere. It's made up of all the stories, theories and beliefs, legends, myths and hopes, that are generated here on Earth. As you can see, it's constantly growing and moving as people invent new tales to tell or find new things to believe. The older strands move out to become these spirals, where things tend to become quite crude and dangerous. They've hardened off, you see.
- Diana Wynne Jones
3. Christians. They’re determined to rid the land of any who worship the Horned One. Murdering all the druids, burning the temples, sometimes whole villages, and knocking over the standing stones.” The Lady’s face hardened. “This god of peace and love certainly likes to bathe the land in blood.
- Brom, The Child Thief
adjective. used of persons; emotionally hardened.
adjective. ['ˈhɑːrdənd'] converted to solid form (as concrete).
adjective. ['ˈhɑːrdənd'] made tough by habitual exposure.
adjective. ['ˈhɑːrdənd'] made hard or flexible or resilient especially by heat treatment.