hardly

Hardly vs Impossible - What's the difference?

hardly | impossible |


As an adverb hardly

is (manner|obsolete) firmly, vigorously, with strength or exertion.

As an interjection hardly

is not really.

As an adjective impossible is

not possible; not able to be done or happen.

As a noun impossible is

an impossibility.

Virtually vs Hardly - What's the difference?

virtually | hardly |


As adverbs the difference between virtually and hardly

is that virtually is almost but not quite while hardly is (manner|obsolete) firmly, vigorously, with strength or exertion.

As an interjection hardly is

not really.

Stiffly vs Hardly - What's the difference?

stiffly | hardly |


As adverbs the difference between stiffly and hardly

is that stiffly is in a stiff manner while hardly is (manner|obsolete) firmly, vigorously, with strength or exertion.

As an interjection hardly is

not really.

Hardly vs Very - What's the difference?

hardly | very |


As adverbs the difference between hardly and very

is that hardly is (manner|obsolete) firmly, vigorously, with strength or exertion while very is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly.

As an interjection hardly

is not really.

As an adjective very is

true, real, actual.

Hardly vs Moderately - What's the difference?

hardly | moderately |


As adverbs the difference between hardly and moderately

is that hardly is (manner|obsolete) firmly, vigorously, with strength or exertion while moderately is in a moderate manner.

As an interjection hardly

is not really.

Unlikely vs Hardly - What's the difference?

unlikely | hardly |


As adverbs the difference between unlikely and hardly

is that unlikely is in an improbable manner while hardly is (manner|obsolete) firmly, vigorously, with strength or exertion.

As an adjective unlikely

is not likely; improbable; not to be reasonably expected.

As a noun unlikely

is something or somebody considered unlikely.

As an interjection hardly is

not really.

Steely vs Hardly - What's the difference?

steely | hardly |


As an adjective steely

is having qualities resembling those of steel, especially hard and resolute.

As an adverb hardly is

(manner|obsolete) firmly, vigorously, with strength or exertion.

As an interjection hardly is

not really.

Hardened vs Hardly - What's the difference?

hardened | hardly |


As a verb hardened

is (harden).

As an adjective hardened

is unfeeling or lacking emotion due to experience; callous.

As an adverb hardly is

(manner|obsolete) firmly, vigorously, with strength or exertion.

As an interjection hardly is

not really.

Hardly vs Weak - What's the difference?

hardly | weak |


As an adverb hardly

is (manner|obsolete) firmly, vigorously, with strength or exertion.

As an interjection hardly

is not really.

As an adjective weak is

lacking in force (usually strength) or ability.

Strong vs Hardly - What's the difference?

strong | hardly | Related terms |

Strong is a related term of hardly.


As a proper noun strong

is .

As an adverb hardly is

(manner|obsolete) firmly, vigorously, with strength or exertion.

As an interjection hardly is

not really.

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