English words and Examples of Usage

use "hardly" in a sentence

Therefore, I conclude, how many seats the AKP wins hardly matters.

This hardly makes a strong case for RTC as a constitutional right.

Hardly anyone has enough money to take them all the way to Europe.

That's so rare, that even doctors delivering babies hardly see it.

Putin may continue to play spoiler, but Russia is hardly on a roll.

He can hardly be criticised, or be expected to apologise, for that.

He was hardly the first British politician with an alcohol problem.

He is a big, strong runner inside and hardly ever gets knocked back.

The ability to speak to your television is hardly unique to Apple TV.

He hardly knew anything about newspapers, not even their names.

I couldn't hardly ask for anything else, so the rest is just like fun.

UCSF has hardly been the largest-scale recipient of Feeney’s largesse.

He said, there was hardly anything left by the time they were finished.

“He is a solitary man who hardly speaks to anybody,” says one diplomat.

We're dealing with so much snow here we can hardly get around, he said.

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