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hard adj. (the ordinary lit. and fig. meanings occur)
1. hardened, obdurate Tim. IV. iii. 270, Mac. III. iv. 143, Ant. III. xi. [xiii.] 111 “when we in our viciousness grow hard.”
2. “too for,” too much for, more than (one) can manage LLL. II. i. 256.
3. harsh to the ear Ado V. II. 39 “a hard rime.”
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