What is the difference between Hard and Herd?




What is the difference between Hard and Herd? :


Hard : (adjective)

(
1 ) Solid, firm, not soft or yielding to touch or easily cut

Their bodies were hard and muscular after much training.


(
2 ) Not easy, difficult to do or understand or answer

It was a hard task.

She found it hard to decide.


(
3 ) Tough, requiring much effort

We must take a hard look at our finances.

Some hard bargaining is called for.


(
4 ) Energetic, showing much effort

Are you a hard worker?


(
5 ) Harsh, forceful, violent

Do not use hard words?



Hard : (adverb)

(
1 ) With great effort, energy or concentration

Strenuously

You must try hard to succeed.


(
2 ) With difficulty

Our victory was hard won.


(
3 ) Heavily, severely

It is raining hard.


(
4 ) At a sharp angle

Turn hard left.



Herd : (noun)

(
1 ) Number of animals, especially cattle, feeding or staying together

Where is your herd of cows?


(
2 ) This term THE HERD means mob and a large number of people.

He preferred to stick with the herd so as not to be noticed.











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