I hardly read any fiction.
These days, the witches are hardly old crones with twisted noses. They've got fishnets and you'd just want to jump in their cauldrons.
Up and down my road there's hardly a house that does not have at least one recycling bag outside every week.
We didn't have fairways and hardly had greens, ... We kind of went from tee box to tee box. ... This is a wonderful course. It's traditional, old-style golf. You can play conservative if you want or you can hit driver if you want.
Machiavelli's teaching would hardly have stood the test of Parliamentary government, for public discussion demands at least the profession of good faith.
It's cool because it's great exposure for the city. It's a big hassle with the traffic and hardly anyone can go, but it's cool for the exposure.
Bush uses often the slogan of compassionate conservative to describe himself. But it hardly describes the record he has compiled as governor when it comes to ensuring women's reproductive health and rights. Last year alone, Governor Bush signed seven measures restricting rights, adding to the 11 provisions enacted in previous years.
I was so nervous all day. I could not hardly eat anything and I had to force myself to eat. I couldn't stop thinking about it.
Right now, I can't hardly lift anything. By that time, maybe I'd be able to handle things and do the packing that needs to be done. Right now, I'm in no position to do anything. If I put a box beside my husband and bring the stuff to him, he could help pack.
I could hardly believe we got him, ... I mean, he knew Michael Bennett personally. He did A Chorus Line on Broadway. He has toured internationally with the show.
Autumn is a fabulous time. The walking is great, the snows haven't really started to descend then, there's hardly anybody about, wildlife is abundant.
It literally disintegrated around them. There was hardly anything left. Most people who go through something like that, it traumatizes them for life. He just had the ability to laugh stuff off.
Although this is hardly the end of the world, it is likely to dampen some of the renewed optimism about the outlook for the UK housing market that followed the strong Nationwide figures for January.
It would hardly have been adopted everywhere if the French had simply 'made it up.' In that sense the expedition proved to be essential to the 'selling' of the metric system, as well as for all the scientific discoveries it unexpectedly produced.
It was only stares and swearwords really, nothing serious. I just laugh about it because they can hardly speak proper English.
There's hardly any back stabbing. It's a really good work environment. And your bosses are your best friends, too.
Having needles poked [in them] are things that the animals would not experience naturally. This can hardly be called 'enrichment' to the animals.
There is hardly an imaginable form of genital assault that is not regularly performed on children.
[But the applause that greeted Warner at the ceremony here was hardly the highlight of his week. Earlier in the day, in his first foray to New Hampshire as an unannounced 2008 presidential hopeful, he had found a turn-away luncheon crowd of 200 state legislators and political activists at a Manchester restaurant and had been a hit.] An extremely favorable reaction, ... I don't know him very well, but he's a very impressive guy.
Autobiography is now as common as adultery, and hardly less reprehensible.
To philosophize is only another way of being afraid and leads hardly anywhere but to cowardly make-believe.
It was so amazing. There was hardly anyone on the beach and then all of a sudden people came rushing to help.
Every woman deals with (the procedure) differently. I got very depressed; I wouldn't hardly leave the house, I constantly wore turtlenecks, my self confidence was gone.
It is hardly surprising that women concentrate on the way they look instead of what was in their minds since not much has been put in their minds to begin with.
These new crimes are hardly surprising to those of us who recognized the fraud behind the war from the very beginning and the vote obstruction in the 2004 national election. As the mountain of evidence of high crimes and misdemeanors has grown, so has the cowardice of the Democratic Party leadership.