How Do You Spell HARDEN?

Correct spelling for the English word "harden" is [h_ˈɑː_d_ə_n], [hˈɑːdən], [hˈɑːdən]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of HARDEN

  1. To accustom by labor or suffering to endure with constancy; to strengthen; to stiffen; to inure; also, to confirm in wickedness or shame; to make unimpressionable.

Common Misspellings for HARDEN

Below is the list of 323 misspellings for the word "harden".

Usage Examples for HARDEN

  1. As a fellow- mortal and fellow- sinner, had I any right to harden my heart against an expression of penitence which I felt to be sincere in its motive? - "The Legacy of Cain" by Wilkie Collins
  2. He was prepared to take things and men easy while they came that way, but could harden and insist upon due occasion. - "The Subterranean Brotherhood" by Julian Hawthorne
  3. Or, is it good that we should harden our hearts against all the wants and hopes of those who have depended on us? - "The Five Great Philosophies of Life" by William de Witt Hyde
  4. Fierce and ruthless, when irritated and opposed, as the prince was, he was still in his first youth,- ambition had here no motive to harden him into stone. - "The Last Of The Barons, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  5. Charley had started the question: 'How could it be just to harden Pharaoh's heart and then punish him for what came of it? - "Wilfrid Cumbermede" by George MacDonald