Toughen Sentence Examples
Given the information just released, will Seattle toughen up their offense?
As a baby grows, his skin will toughen, but while infants are still in the newborn stage, persistent diaper rashes can both inflame and break the skin.
Over handling causes the gluten in the four to toughen up - which is ideal for bread but disastrous for pastry.
Kneading causes the gluten in the four to toughen up - which is ideal for bread but can be disastrous for pastry.
It might be time to toughen up, stop tittle tattling about you said this he said that and face facts.Advertisement
One in five firms felt that national union leaders would only toughen their stand in the coming year.
Two weeks later, the Home Office published plans to toughen the law against protests outside the homes of scientists.
The Control Arms campaign is asking governments to toughen up controls on the arms trade.
Estrogen cream, the same preparation used to revitalize vaginal tissue, can toughen fragile blood vessels in the anterior septum and forestall the need for cauterization.
Though there is nothing wrong with pretty pinks, or athletics, so you may miss out on an opportunity to toughen up your baby girl with athletic sneakers.Advertisement
As the name implies, the purpose of core strength exercises is to toughen up your midsection -- the core -- which will help avoid back problems and speed up progress in other athletic efforts.
Lips, cheeks, and tongue may be irritated for one to two weeks before they toughen and adapt to the braces.
Even so, she wasn't going to last long among the roughnecks in his camp if she didn't toughen up a little.