Hard News

Technology / Television (TV) / Hard News: Refers to news stories that examine events which affect society as a whole (e.g., national politics and international relations).

Other Words for Hard

Hard Adjective Synonyms: difficult, perplexing, knotty, puzzling, baffling, enigmatic, intricate, complicated, complex, tangled, involved, thorny, incomprehensible, inscrutable, unsolvable, insoluble, tough
Hard Verb Synonyms: rigid, stiff, solid, inflexible, firm, dense, condensed, compressed, close, solidified, hardened, stony, rocklike, concrete, petrified, granite(-like), flinty, steely, tough, rugged, leathery, callous, unyielding, adamant(ine), impenetrable, obdurate
Hard Adverb Synonyms: intently, carefully, earnestly
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Other Words for News

News Noun Synonyms: tidings, word, information, advice, intelligence, rumour, talk, gossip, hearsay, dirt, scandal, expos‚, info, low-down, scoop, scuttlebutt, dope
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Hardy

Entertainment / Liquor / Hardy: The origin of this eaux-de-vie that makes this Cognac rare and excellent dates back to the 1870s MORE

Hardwoods

Science / Biology / Hardwoods: Term applied to dicot trees, as opposed to softwoods, a term applied to gymnosperms. MORE

Hardwood

Life Style / Painting / Hardwood: Term for trees that have broad leaves (like oak, maple, ash, beech and walnut). Does not correlate to the actual hardness of the wood. MORE

Hardy-Weinberg Law

Science / Genetics / Hardy-Weinberg Law: The concept that both gene frequencies and genotype frequencies will remain constant from generation to generation in an infinitely large, interbreeding population in which mating is at random and the MORE

High Hard One

Entertainment / Baseball / High Hard One: Sounds a little dirty but it’s not. Refers to a fastball that is thrown high up, or even above the top of, the strike zone, with the hopes of getting the batter to swing and miss (also known as High MORE

News Out

Business / Finance / News Out: Refers to over-the-counter trading. A news story concerning the stock being considered has recently been posted on one of the news services, such as the Dow Jones News Service or Reuters. A courtesy s MORE

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