any of a series of U.S. copper tokens, issued 1834–41, bearing a political inscription or advertising message and serving as currency during coin shortages.
[hahrd-top] /ˈhɑrdˌtɒp/ noun 1. a style of car having a rigid metal and no center posts between windows. 2. Also called hardtop convertible. a similar style of car that is designed to resemble a convertible. /ˈhɑːdˌtɒp/ noun 1. a car equipped with a metal or plastic roof that is sometimes detachable 2. the detachable hard […]
- Hard tubercle
hard tubercle n. A nonnecrotic tubercle.
- Hard ulcer
hard ulcer n. See chancre.
- Hard up for something
adjective phrase Lacking; deficient in: We’re hard up for booze around here (1840+)