Toughy vs. Toughie - What's the difference?

Wiktionary

  • Toughy (noun)

    alternative form of toughie

  • Toughie (noun)

    Something that is tough, or difficult.

    "His question is a toughie. I might have to do some more research."

Oxford Dictionary

  • Toughie (noun)

    a person who is tough and determined

    "she was a toughie on the phone"

  • Toughie (noun)

    a difficult problem or question

    "Who do you admire most? That's a toughie"

Princeton's WordNet

  • Toughie (noun)

    an aggressive and violent young criminal

  • Toughie (noun)

    a particularly difficult or baffling question or problem

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