Synonym: trouble, ups and downs. Similar words: shipboard, inwards, as regards, ownership, shipment, internship, membership, leadership. Meaning: ['hɑrdʃɪp /'hɑː-] n. 1. a state of misfortune or affliction 2. something hard to endure 3. something that causes or entails suffering.
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1. We are ready to face any hardship.
2. Hardship and penury wore him out before his time.
3. Many people are suffering economic hardship.
4. His boyhood conditioned him to hardship.
5. Students may suffer severe financial hardship as a result of the government's decision.
6. He was willing to face any hardship in fulfillment of his duty.
7. Housing benefit provides a cushion against hardship.
8. They say that hardship is good for the soul.
9. They are living in genuine hardship.
10. The cold was no real hardship to me.
11. Dauntless in spirit[sentencedict.com/hardship.html], they became steeled through hardship.
12. After years of worry and hardship, her health broke.
13. Many students are suffering severe financial hardship .
14. His life was touched by hardship and personal tragedy.
15. They were condemned to a life of hardship.
16. After several years of hardship fortune smiled at him.
17. They have already survived considerable hardship.
18. Hardship disposes man to meet adversity.
19. To be the first to bear hardship and the last to enjoy comfort is our credo.
20. There is going to be hardship, but we have to grit our teeth and get on with it.
21. It was no hardship to walk home on such a lovely evening.
22. Even the King and Queen experienced hardship during the war.
23. In times of economic hardship, firms cut back on training.
24. The union made hardship payments to some of the sacked workers.
25. Their love of life comes in spite of, almost in defiance of, considerable hardship.
26. When he was a child, he went through one hardship after another.
27. They have been so feather-bedded in the past that they can't cope with hardship now.
28. Rail services to rural areas could be withdrawn without undue hardship.
29. The tax increases will, in the aggregate, cause much hardship.
30. The 1930s was a time of high unemployment and economic hardship in much of the United Kingdom.
More similar words: shipboard, inwards, as regards, ownership, shipment, internship, membership, leadership, partnership, scholarship, citizenship, relationship, championship, hard, apprenticeship, hardware, hardly any, hardworking, two-thirds, in other words, hip, chip, whip, shit, shift, shield, cash in, T-shirt, shiver, cashier.