Hardihood



[hahr-dee-hoo d] /ˈhɑr diˌhʊd/

noun
1.
boldness or daring; courage.
2.
audacity or impudence.
3.
strength; power; vigor:
the hardihood of youth.
4.
spirit or character; determination to survive; fortitude:
the hardihood of early settlers.
/ˈhɑːdɪˌhʊd/
noun
1.
courage, daring, or audacity

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